A Guide to the The Senator John J. Marchi Papers, 1956-1998


Archives & Special Collections
College of Staten Island Library, CUNY
2800 Victory Blvd., 1L-216
Staten Island, NY 10314

2003 The College of Staten Island, CUNY

Finding Aid by Mary Hedge, Catherine Carson & Jeffrey Kroessler


                                                       

Overview of the Collection

Collection No. :PM-1
Title:Senator John J. Marchi Papers
Creator:John J. Marchi
Dates:1956-1998
Extent:65 Linear Feet
Abstract: First elected in 1956, Republican John J. Marchi (1921-2009) served in the New York State Senate until 2006 and was also a New York City mayoral candidate in 1969 and 1973. During his tenure he served as Chairman of the Affairs of the City of New York Committee and the Finance Committee. Marchi presided over the Finance Committee during the city's fiscal crisis in the 1970's and was instrumental in creating the Emergency Financial Control Board and the Municipal Assistance Corporation. He also worked for school reform and chaired the Temporary State Commission on New York City School Governance in 1989. He introduced legislation to create a separate city of Staten Island after the United States Supreme Court declared the New York City Board of Estimate to be unconstitutional in 1989. Marchi also introduced legislation in 1996 requiring the closure of the Fresh Kills Landfill by January 1, 2002. Marchi was named Assistant Majority Whip in 2003 and was also recognized by the National Conference of State Legislatures as the longest serving legislator (at all levels) in America. The collection contains correspondence, reports, news clippings, press releases, legislative bills and extensive subject files. There is also extensive material related to Marchi's mayoral campaigns. The subject files are particularly strong on issues such as Staten Island Secession, Charter Commission for Staten Island, the South Richmond Plan, Abortion, Temporary State Commission on New York City School Governance, Taxation, Transportation, Education and the Fresh Kills Landfill.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

The Senator John J. Marchi Papers, Archives & Special Collections, Department of the Library, College of Staten Island, CUNY, Staten Island, New York.

Acquisition

Senator John J. Marchi donated his papers to the College of Staten Island in 1999.

Additional materials are expected for this collection.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Mary Hedge, Jennifer Crebs, Catherine N. Carson and Cortney Riley.

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Biographical Sketch

John J. Marchi, the son of Louis and Alina Marchi, was born on May 20, 1921, in Staten Island, New York. He graduated from Manhattan College with first honors in 1942, later receiving a Juris Doctor from St. John's University School of Law and Doctor of Judicial Science from Brooklyn Law School in 1953. He engaged in the general practice of law with offices on Staten Island and has lectured extensively to Italian jurists at the request of the State Department. Marchi served in the Coast Guard and Navy during World War II and was on combat duty in the Atlantic and Pacific theatres of war. Marchi also served as a Commander in the Active Reserve after the war, retiring from the service in 1982.

John J. Marchi was first elected to the New York State Senate in the 1956 General Election. As a Senator, he quickly rose to influential Senate positions through the chairmanship of many standing and joint committees, including Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on the City of New York. In 1966, he was elected as a Delegate to the Constitutional Convention and chaired the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitutional Issues. That same year, Senator Marchi was named Chairman of the New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Interstate Cooperation, the oldest joint legislative committee in the Legislature. Other senior state government leadership positions followed, and this focus on state government relations and the City of New York permeated Senator Marchi's career for the next few decades.

In 1969, Marchi decided to challenge John V. Lindsay's re-election campaign, announcing that he would run a primary campaign to obtain the Republican Party's endorsement that would allow him to run for Mayor in the General Election of that year. Senator Marchi ran on a platform of fighting crime, reducing welfare rolls, court reform, and a general clean-up of New York City - positions that were in keeping with those of the Conservative Party, on whose party line he also ran, as well as conservative members of the Republican Party. However, liberals also credited him with running an intelligent, non-rancorous campaign. He won the Republican primary and went on to challenge Lindsay once more in the General Election. This time, Marchi was defeated, but he returned in 1973 to once more conduct a mayoral campaign. Losing again in the General Election, Marchi resumed his work in the New York State Senate, where he served as the Chairman of the Finance Committee and a ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Throughout the 1970s, Senator Marchi was at the forefront of issues such as reform of the New York City School system, educational change, transportation improvement, and crime prevention. His position as Chairman of the Finance Committee made him instrumental in dealing with New York City's mid-seventies fiscal crisis, and he provided leadership in the establishment of the Emergency Financial Control Board and the Municipal Assistance Corporation. The chairman's position also provided him with the ability to channel funds to many arts and cultural institutions on Staten Island, in particular the Snug Harbor Cultural Center. He also played a critical role in securing funds for mental health programs on the Island, and joined his fellow Island legislators in the nascent movement to deal with local environmental problems.

The Senate Finance Committee also brought about important change under Senator Marchi's leadership. Marchi sponsored the bill that modernized New York State's reporting and bookkeeping practices. The Finance Committee also gained greater power to review and assess the Executive budget and ancillary programs and introduced better methods of economic forecasting. Overall, these changes allowed for more clear and accurate views of the state's financial picture, and gave the Legislature more power in the budget process.

In the 1980s, one issue dominated the agenda of Marchi and his constituents: the secession movement. In 1983, a lawsuit challenged the legality of New York City's Board of Estimate as violating the "one-man one vote" democratic principle. The successful challenge left Staten Island and its 350,000 population with much reduced representation in city government. Marchi decided immediately to promote changing Staten Island from a borough of New York City to a separate county or city. For the next decade and a half, Senator Marchi led legal challenges, built a popular movement, succeeded in persuading the State of New York to approve and fund a Charter Commission for Staten Island, and forced New York City to hold a special referendum for Island residents on secession. The secession movement and the Charter Commission for Staten Island gained considerable momentum, and though it was ultimately defeated, Marchi's reputation as a thoughtful, deliberate, erudite leader only grew.

Marchi also continued his work to improve public education in the 1980s. Marchi was appointed as Chairman of the Temporary State Commission on New York City School Governance in 1989. This commission conducted a two-year study on the control and governance in New York City schools and provided recommendations to the New York State Legislature on improving administration and public participation in the school system. Senator Marchi also provided assistance to the College of Staten Island so that the school could obtain the land of the former Willowbrook State School for a campus.

In the 1990s, Senator Marchi succeeded in raising the profile of the Island's environmental issues and securing funds to resolve them. Of particular note was Marchi's legislation (1996) to close the Fresh Kills landfill by January 1, 2002. More recently, Senator Marchi was also appointed to head the Senate Task Force on World Trade Center Recovery after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Marchi was named Assistant Majority Whip in 2003 and continued to serve on several standing committees including Corporations, Authorities and Commissions (which he previously chaired); Cities; Environmental Conservation; Finance; Investigations and Government Operations; Judiciary and Rules. Senator Marchi was also recognized by the National Conference of State Legislatures as being the longest serving legislator in America at any level of government. He was also a member of numerous religious, veterans, professional and civic associations, including the Richmond County and American Bar Associations and the American Judicature Society.

Senator Marchi passed away on April 25, 2009 while vacationing in Lucca, Italy. He is survived by his wife, the former Maria Luisa Davini of Lucca, Italy, two daughters, Aline and Joan, two granddaughters, Stefania and Francesca and a great-grandson, Giuseppe.

                                                                                   

Chronology

                            1921 Born on Staten Island, son of Louis and Alina Marchi, on May 20.
                            1942 Graduated from Manhattan College with first honors and received the Cardinal Hayes Award for scholastic achievement and campus leadership.
                            WW II Served in United States Coast Guard and saw action in the North Atlantic and Okinawa.
                            1948 Married Maria Luisa Davini in her home town of Lucca, Italy, November 14.
                            1949 Graduated from St. John's Law School, Juris Doctor.
                            1952 Narrowly lost bid for Republican nomination for the State Assembly to Edward Amann in county committee.
                            1953 Graduated from Brooklyn Law School, Doctor of Juridical Science.
                                                        Served in Albany as counsel to John Macdonald, senator from Staten Island, for two years.
                            1956 Elected to the State Senate in his first run for elective office (total vote: 81,001):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep. 44,159 (54.5%)
Edward V. Curry Dem. 36,842                            
                            1958 Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 66,375):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
United Taxpayers
Total
35,505
918
36,423


(54.9%)
Edmund J. Murphy Dem. 28,298                            
George Maki Lib. 1,645                            
                            1960 Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 87,186):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep. 49,716 (57%)
Ralph DiIorio Dem. 34,604                            
George Maki Lib. 2,866                            
                                                        Named chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee formed to study the state's liquor laws.
                            1961 As chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce and Navigation, proposed and was named chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee on New York City Docks in February; resigned in July, citing his race for borough president and his desire to keep the investigation "out of the realm of partisan politics."
                                                        Lost race for borough president to incumbent Albert V. Maniscalco (total vote 73,161):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep. 35,632 (48.7%)
Maniscalco Dem.
Lib.
Brotherhood
Total
31,264
4,508
1,757
37,529
                           
                            1962 Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 72,987):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep. 42,659 (58.4%)
Aldo R. Benedetto Dem.
Lib.
Total
27,485
2,843
30,328
                           
                            1963 Became Chairman of the Senate's Committee on the City of New York.
                            1964 David Jaffe became Senator Marchi's counsel; his first project was the investigation of the Mobilization for Youth, an anti-poverty program, for mismanagement and communist influence.
                                                        As chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee investigating the Alcoholic Beverages Control Law, Marchi blocked the measure supported by Governor Rockefeller, resulting in a special session which passed a compromise bill.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate, receiving the Conservative Party (founded 1962) endorsement for the first time (total vote 88,952):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
42,912
5,986
48,898


(55%)
Joseph J. Holzka Dem.
Lib.
Total
38,219
1,835
40,054
                           
                                                        Democrats took the State Senate in the Johnson landslide, the only time Marchi was in the minority in Albany.
                                                        Became a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Governors of the Council of State Governments.
                                                        Following implementation of a new court-ordered reapportionment plan, all legislators had to run again. The Republicans regained control of the State Senate after one year of a Democratic majority. Marchi was easily reelected (total vote 84,567):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
41,140
11,110
55,250


(65.3%)
Vito Titone Dem. 25,933                            
Ferdinand Cubas Lib. 3,384                            
                            1966 Became Chairman of Joint Legislative Committee on Interstate Cooperation.
                                                        Elected delegate to the 1967 state constitutional convention; chaired Senate Judiciary Sub-Committee on Constitutional Issues for research and issue development for the convention.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 75,780):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
37,221
13,784
50,905


(67.2%)
Vito T. Titone Dem. 21,296                            
Pearse O'Callaghan Lib. 3,579                            
                            1967 Served as delegate to the state constitutional convention.
                            1968 Received Commander of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Italy from the Italian President and Prime Minister, the highest award given to non-citizens.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 98,050):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
41,855
14,820
56,675


(57.8%)
Daniel D. Leddy Dem. 38,696                            
Herman Zukowsky Lib. 2,679                            
                            1969 Defeated incumbent John Lindsay by 6,000 votes in the primary to win the Republican nomination for mayor (113,698 - 107,366). Mario Procaccino was the Democratic nominee, winning the primary over Robert Wagner, Herman Badillo, James Scheuer, and Norman Mailer with less than a third of the vote. In November Lindsay won re-election running on the Liberal line.

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep./Cons. 542,411 (22%)
Procaccino Dem. 831,772 (36%)
John V. Lindsay Lib./Ind. 1,012,633 (42%)
                            1970 Robert Straniere became counsel to Senator Marchi, serving until he was elected to the Assembly in 1980. Straniere had first worked for the Senator in 1963.
                                                        Robert Straniere became counsel to Senator Marchi, serving until he was elected to the Assembly in 1980. Straniere had first worked for the Senator in 1963. After briefly considering a run against Republican Senator Charles Goodell, Marchi supported Conservative James Buckley, in part because of Goodell's opposition to the war in Vietnam.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 93,441):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
46,366
22,209
68,575


(73.4%)
Edward T. Pulaski Dem. 20,381                            
Norma E. Casey Lib. 4,485                            
                                                        Spoke out publicly against Joseph A. Colombo and the Italian-American Civil Rights League and their claim that the Mafia was a fiction.
                                                        Received Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, from St. John's University on May 28.
                                                        Kate Rooney began working for Senator Marchi as an intern; she later became his counsel, following Straniere.
                            1972 On February 28 Marchi announced that he had introduced legislation to create the New South Richmond Development Corporation for the development of more than 10,000 acres in the southern part of Staten Island; 12 new communities to be developed by the Rouse Corporation for 400,000 residents; the 20-year plan called for $6.5 billion in public and private funds, including $530 million commitment from the city for infrastructure; it was not introduced into the Assembly due to opposition from SI Republicans Edward Amann and Lucio Russo.
                                                        About 300 "Friends of John Marchi" gathered at the Shalimar in New Dorp for a dinner in his honor on April 7th. William F. Buckley was the featured speaker, and his brother, United States Senator James Buckley, also attended. Dan Master and members of the Conservative Party protested outside.
                                                        Appointed by President Nixon in October to National Advisory Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention (the only state legislator appointed).
                                                        Because of the South Richmond plan, realtor Daniel Master, vice chairman of the Conservative Party on Staten Island, ran against Marchi; endorsed by New York Times, the Advance, and Sen. James Buckley, Marchi was easily re-elected (total vote 107,057; highest turnout for any of his re-elections):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep. 56,960 (53.2%)
Pasquale Bifulco Dem. 28,544                            
Daniel Master Cons. 18,573                            
Norma Cossey Lib. 2,980                            
                            1973 Became chairman of the Senate Finance Committee in January, succeeding Warren Anderson, who succeeded Earl Brydges as Majority Leader.
                                                        The South Richmond bill passed the State Senate but was again defeated in the Assembly. Marchi announced he would not re-introduce the measure.
                                                        Received degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, from Manhattan College.
                                                        Republican nominee for mayor; in a 4-way race Democrat Abe Beame defeated Marchi, Liberal Al Blumenthal, and Conservative Mario Biaggi. The Conservatives denied Marchi their endorsement because of the South Richmond plan, and he received only nominal support from Governor Rockefeller.

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep. 276,575 (16%)
Abe Beame Dem. 961,130 (56%)
Mario Biaggi Cons. 189,986 (11%)
Al Blumenthal Lib. 265,297 (15%)
                            1974 Received degree of Doctor of Laws from Wagner College.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 78,564):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
32,759
11,727
44,486


(56.6%)
Pasquale P. Caiazza Dem. 34,078                            
                            1975 As chairman of the Finance Committee, Senator Marchi played a key role in writing and passing the legislation which created the Emergency Financial Control Board and the Municipal Assistance Corporation, which saved the city from bankruptcy
                            1976 New York State Veterans of Foreign Wars bestowed on him the Silver Commendation medal for "Legislative service to veterans and all New Yorkers."
                                                        Appointed by Governor Carey to the newly created State Public Authorities Control Board, established to protect public authorities during the fiscal crisis.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 101,231):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
43,507
10,076
53,583


(52.9%)
Ralph J. Lamberti Dem. 45,679                            
Ernest A. Kaarsberg Lib. 1,969                            
                            1977 In November the State Court of Appeals declared all but one portion of the state's death penalty law unconstitutional. Legislation to restore and expand capital punishment was passed, but vetoed by Governor Carey. Carey vetoed similar legislation in each successive year of his administration. John Marchi opposed capital punishment, and voted to uphold the veto.
                                                        Received B'nai B'rith Public Service Award.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate in his closest campaign; his opposition to the death penalty nearly cost him the election (total vote 74,777):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
30,687
7,891
38,578


(51.6%)
Robert J. Gigante Dem. 34,675                            
Carl F. Grillo Lib. 1,524                            
                            1980 In January Mayor Koch announced that he would support John Marchi for re-election and secured the Democratic Party endorsement for him.
                                                        Marchi was the only Republican in either the Senate or the Assembly to uphold Gov. Carey's veto of the death penalty.
                                                        Received the degree of Juris Doctor from St. John's School of Law.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate with the Democratic nomination for the first time (total vote 99,296):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Dem.
Cons.
RTL
Total
40,227
38,687
9,512
5,000
93,426




(94.1%)
Carl F. Grillo Lib. 5,870                            
                            1981 Though personally opposed to abortion, Senator Marchi voted against a bill that would have banned the use of Medicaid funds for abortions because it would have limited the options of the poor while having no effect on those with the means to pay.
                                                        Marita Messenheimer, Senator Marchi's dedicated secretary, retired; she first met Marchi in 1953 when he was counsel to Senator Macdonald, and became his secretary when he began his first term in January 1957.
                            1982 Appointed first permanent member of the Executive Committee of the Council of State Governments.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 63,095):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep./Dem./Cons. 58,338 (92.5%)
Joseph F. Sully Lib. 1,515                            
Barbara Bollaert RTL 3,242                            
                            1983 Retired from the active reserve of the Coast Guard with the rank of Commander.
                                                        Received Citation from Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York for efforts on behalf of higher education in the state.
                            1984 Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 100,756):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Dem.
Cons
Total
52,789
34,119
8,638
95,546



(94.8%)
Joseph F. Sully Lib. 2,259                            
Barbara Bollaert RTL 2,951                            
                            1985 Secured $7 million in state dollars for design of the new campus of the College of Staten Island (a merger of Richmond College and Staten Island Community College) at the former State institution at Willowbrook.
                                                        Senator Marchi and Assemblyman Kremer were unsuccessful in their defense of Vito Castellano, head of the State Guard, and their effort to obtain a better pension for him in recognition of his long service.
                                                        A strong supporter of the Navy's proposed Homeport on Staten Island, Senator Marchi, with his counsel Kate Rooney, prepared legal briefs which successfully blocked a city-wide referendum on the issue. The Homeport opened in 1989 and closed in 1994.
                            1986 Re-elected to the Senate, taking the Liberal line at the request of his old friend Pearse O'Callaghan (total vote 56,607, lowest turnout until 2002):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Dem.
Lib.
Total
22,438
25,214
1,581
49,233



(87%)
Michael V. Ajello Cons. 5,545                            
Barbara Bollaert RTL 1,829                            
                            1987 Received Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Wagner College.
                                                        Underwent first angioplasty procedure.
                            1988 Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 95,250):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Dem.
Lib.
Total
44,247
35,676
1,616
81,539



(85.6%)
Albert P. DeLillo Cons. 11,603                            
Barbara Bollaert RTL 2,108                            
                                                        With Warren Anderson retiring, the Republicans selected Ralph Marino as majority leader on December 1.
                            1989 For not supporting Marino's bid for majority leader, Marchi lost the chairmanship of the Finance Committee and was replaced by Tarky Lombardi, Jr. of Syracuse. He was appointed Vice President Pro Tempore of the State Senate.
                                                        State of New York Charter Commission for Staten Island formed, with John Marchi as chairman.
                                                        Underwent prostate surgery on July 12.
                                                        The 11-member Temporary State Commission on New York City School Governance held its organizational meeting and elected John Marchi chairman and Assemblyman Jose Serrano of the Bronx vice chairman.
                            1990 Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 57,749):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep./Dem./Lib. 47,250 (81.8%)
George Boncoraglio Cons. 7,471                            
Barbara Bollaert RTL 3,028                            
                                                        Staten Islanders voted to study secession by a 4 to 1 margin.
                            1991 Named Chairman of the 13-member Staten Island Charter Commission in March after voters approved secession measure on the ballot the previous November.
                                                        Temporary State Commission on New York City School Governance, known as the Marchi Commission, issued its final report on April 4, recommending an increased number of school districts and other reforms.
                                                        Underwent his second angioplasty procedure in June.
                            1992 Received the Filippo Mazzei Award from the Italian government for strengthening ties between Italy and the United States.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 91,029):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Dem.
Lib.
Total
46,284
36,744
2,070
85,098



(93.5%)
Barbara Bollaert RTL 5,931                            
                            1993 Staten Islanders approved proposed charter for City of Staten Island by two to one margin on November 2.
                            1994 Challenged in a Democratic primary for the first time by Eugene Prisco, a drug counselor and education activist: Marchi: 7,687 (77%), Prisco 2,338 (23%).
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate in the general election (total vote 75,550):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Dem.
Lib.
Total
37,667
28,248
1,369
67,284



(89.1%)
Ralph J. Rubinek Cons. 5,713                            
Barbara Bollaert RTL 2,553                            
                                                        On November 25 Majority Leader Ralph Marino stepped down under pressure and the Republicans selected Joseph Bruno. Marchi stood behind Marino.
                            1995 After standing with Marino, Marchi lost his position as Vice President Pro Tempore; named Chairman of the Committee on Corporations, Authorities and Commissions and Deputy Majority Leader for Intergovernmental Affairs.
                            1996 Pushed for and saw signed into law legislation mandating the closure of the Fresh Kills Landfill by January 1, 2002. This came more than 40 years after the legislature passed Senator Marchi's bill to close Fresh Kills, only to have it vetoed by Governor W. Averell Harriman.
                                                        Measure to create the City of Staten Island passed the Senate, but Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver refused to permit a vote until he received a home rule message from the city, effectively blocking further movement on secession.
                                                        Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 79,199):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep./Dem./Lib. 70,870 (89.5%)
Ralph J. Rubinek Cons./RTL 6,547                            
Janet Rispoli Independence 1,782                            
                            1998 Re-elected to the Senate (total vote 63,090):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep./Dem./Cons. 60,842 (96.4%)
Maria D. Colon Independence 1,321                            
Jody Magnasco Lib. 927                            
                            1999 Introduced legislation with Assemblywoman Elizabeth Connelly to permit "right on red" on Staten Island; Senate counsel determined that legislation would require approval of City Council.
                            2000 Introduced legislation to address the rising cost of prescription drugs.
                                                        The archive at the College of Staten Island, the repository for Senator Marchi's papers, was officially dedicated on October 5.
                                                        Ran for reelection to the Senate as the nation's longest serving state legislator (total vote 94,352):

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep./Dem./Cons. 91,110 (96.2%)
Henry Bardel Green
Independence
Working Families
3,242 (3.8%)
                            2002 For the first time since 1980 Marchi did not receive the nomination of the Democratic Party, but was easily reelected nonetheless (total vote 53,240).

                                                                                                               
Marchi Rep.
Cons.
Total
34,864
4,624
39,488


(74%)
Michael J. Cocozza Dem.
Working Families
Veterans
Total
12,784
597
371
13,752
                           
                    2006 John Marchi retires from the New York State Senate.
                    2009 John Marchi passes away on April 25th at the age of 87.

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Scope & Content Note

The John J. Marchi collection comprises approximately 65 linear feet of material, from c. 1958-2000. (There is one item that pre-dates Marchi's legislative career - a 1942 student paper titled "The Zenger Case" for a class in American Constitutional History. It has been placed with the Biographical files). The core of the collection is the subject file collection; it dates primarily from the 1960s-1990s. With one exception, the collection reflects the activities of Senator Marchi's Albany office. There is one box, however, that appears to have been created in the Senator's local Staten Island office.

Subject Files comprise some two thirds of the collection. (Approximately 44 linear feet.) They are arranged in alphabetical order, by folder title. These files document the activities and priorities of Senator Marchi and closely reflect his leadership roles. For example, as Chairman of the Finance Committee (1973-1989), Marchi oversaw the annual production and approval of the Executive Budget; there are copies of the official budgets as well as correspondence that show the tensions and party politics surrounding its production.

Another important topic within Subject Files is Education. Senator Marchi made education, from elementary to college, an important focus. He sat on, or chaired committees that examined a variety of educational issues from school decentralization to public school funding. He was instrumental in the formation of the College of Staten Island, and played a role in oversight of CUNY operations. From 1989-1991, Senator Marchi chaired the "Temporary State Commission on New York City School Governance" and along with a copy of the final report are correspondence and newspaper clippings.

The senator's major priority was, of course, Staten Island: its residents and its institutions. From the 1950s to the present, Senator Marchi funneled millions of dollars to Staten Island institutions, from the Staten Island Zoo and the Staten Island Children's Museum to The Learning Institute Jewish Community Center, and Korean-Americans Senior Citizen Center. His relationships with Staten Island institutions are well documented in his papers.

The largest collection of papers within Subject Files is the one covering the possible secession of Staten Island from the City of New York. Beginning with the successful challenge to the New York City Board of Estimate, Marchi's papers document the legal challenges, public campaign and legislative lobbying efforts from 1983 to the establishment of the Charter Commission for Staten Island in March 1991. From that date, there are extensive records on Public Hearings with transcripts of meetings, minutes of meetings, reports to the Commission on education, housing, a new political structure, and financial implications. There is also correspondence between the Commission members, constituents, and other elected officials, including the Mayor of the City of New York and the Governor of New York State. In addition, there are copies of the actual Charter document produced by the Commission. The records begin to wind down in 1995.

Over the decades, Marchi heard from his constituents on everything from bus schedules to senior citizens and social security to support and dissent on Marchi's legislative agenda. There is a separate records series for this correspondence; it comprises 3.5 linear feet.

Many of the files provide an insight into the inner workings of a state legislature but the series "Legislative Files" provide most in-depth coverage. They consist of correspondence, bill action registers, legislative introductory records, bills, memoranda of support and press clippings. The files have been divided into three subseries: Legislative Correspondence, Bills, and Voting and Attendance records. Within Legislative Correspondence there are both alphabetical and chronological organizations. To respect the original order, a group of files with the folder heading "Legislative Files" are organized by year, 1970-1973 and 1991. Others are organized alphabetically by topic. There are two boxes of material on legislative activities and public school education, and these are organized chronologically. There are several boxes of transcripts of debates on important bills: Death Penalty, Education, Abortion, and Under-Age Drinking. The series total is 5 linear feet.

The Marchi Papers contain only Marchi's partial voting records on major issues from 1957-1969.

Senator Marchi's Media Files contain six subseries, totaling some 4 linear feet: Press Releases and Statements, (1974-1994), Newsletters and Mailings (1974-1988, and a few from later years), Speeches (1983-1987), Press Clippings (1971-2001), and a few Video and Audio Tapes. The Press Releases subseries may be the most valuable as they document Marchi's public policy positions, as well as reactions to issues of the day. The Press Clippings subseries is the most extensive one. It covers, in great detail, all the activities of Senator Marchi, local Staten Island issues, and political figures, and often provides context and background for complex legislative proceedings. The Press Clippings are organized primarily by subject: e.g. "Mental Health," "Budget," and "Wetlands," though some are organized by year, with no regard for subject. The Newsletter files contain only a few newsletters: mostly they contain clippings and other reference materials that Marchi's staff used as content for the published newsletters.

A series has been designated as Senator Marchi's Personal Files. (Approximately 2 linear feet). Included in this category are Appointment Books, Guest Books and Daily Schedules, Invitations Accepted and Declined, and Biographical Files. The Biographical Files, in addition to containing "snapshot" biographies, also include histories of bills or legislation that Marchi sponsored or co-sponsored.

Contained in the Campaigns series are the records of Senator Marchi's back-to-back campaigns for Mayor of New York City in 1969 and 1973 (approximately 7 linear feet). There is also a little bit of material on Marchi's Senate campaigns, but this is quite sparse. The Mayoral campaign material is quite rich, however. It contains campaign literature, press clippings, donor records, "issue" papers, schedules and correspondence with supporters and fellow legislators. Additional daily schedules from the 1973 Mayoral Campaign can be found in the Personal Files series. There is also one oversize box that contains two Campaign posters from the 1973 Mayoral Campaign. The collection also provides both a wider and more in-depth view of John J. Marchi - he articulated and published his positions on a variety of issues, and was interviewed by the media extensively, as was his family.

The Photographs series is arranged chronologically and includes photographs from the 1960's - 1990's. There are also a few photographs from the World War II era.

There are a few items of memorabilia - plaques, proclamations and a statuette.

The materials in the Marchi Papers will be supplemented by an oral history project currently in progress at the College of Staten Island.

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Arrangement

The Senator John J. Marchi papers are divided into eight series and several subseries:

SUBJECT FILES
CONSTITUENT CORRESPONDENCE
LEGISLATIVE FILES
-Legislative Correspondence
-Bills
-Voting and Attendance Records
MEDIA FILES
-Press Releases and Statements
-Newsletters and Mailings
-Speeches
-News Clippings
-Video
-Audio Tapes
PERSONAL FILES
-Appointment Books, Guest Books and Daily Schedules
-Invitations Accepted and Declined
-Biographical Files
CAMPAIGNS
PHOTOGRAPHS
MEMORABILIA

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms. Manuscipt collections are not included in the College of Staten Island's library catalog at this time.

Subject Names

Marchi, John J., 1921-

Subject Topics

Death Penalty -- New York (State)
Education -- New York (State) -- New York
Finance -- New York (State)
New York (State) Assembly Legislature -- History -- Sources
Politicians -- New York (State) -- Richmond County
Richmond County (N.Y.) -- City Planning
Richmond County (N.Y.) -- Politics and Government
Secession -- Staten Island (New York, N.Y.)

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Series Descriptions & Container Listing

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 1: Subject Files, 1890's-1997 (Bulk 1956-1997). 44 Linear Feet.
This series contains general subject files and is arranged A-Z by topic. The bulk of the records cover 1956-1997, but there is some background material on secession that goes back to 1894. These files document the activities and legislative priorities of Senator Marchi and also closely reflect his leadership roles. The subject files document Marchi's committee assignments and a variety of other topics but are particularly strong on issues such as Staten Island Secession, Charter Commission for Staten Island, the South Richmond Plan, Abortion, Temporary State Commission on New York City School Governance, Taxation, Transportation, Education, Fresh Kills Landfill, Budgets and Finance. The records include various records types including correspondence, reports, newsclippings and minutes. The last two boxes in the series, 77a and 77b, represent District Office files and these two boxes are a second set of A-Z subject files unto themselves. The bulk of the District Office files are from 1969 and appear to be related to Marchi's Mayoral Campaign.
Box# Folder# Title
1 1 Abortion, 1978-1979
1 2 Abortion - 1980
1 3 Abortion, 1981
1 4 Abortion, 1982
1 5 Abortion, 1983
1 6 Abortion, 1984
1 7 Abortion, 1985
1 8 Abortion, 1986
1 9 Abortion, 1987
1 10 Abortion, 1988-1989
1 11 Abortion, 1990
1 12 Abortion - Senate Hearing (part 1), May 18, 1990
2 1 Abortion - Senate Hearing (part 2), May 18, 1990
2 2 Abortion, 1991-1995
2 3 Abortion - Hope v. Perales, 1993
2 4 Abortion, 1996
2 5 Abortion, 1997-1999
2 6 Abortion, 2000-2001
2 7 Abortion, n.d.
2 8 Accidental death benefits for City employees, 2006
2 9 Agencies, authorities, & commissions, 1994
3 1 Aging - Senior Services and Programs, 1991
3 2 Air Noise, 1998
3 3 Albany demographics, 1985
3 4 Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, 1963
3 5 Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, 1990s
3 6 American Legislative Exchange Council, 1990
3 7 American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 1983
3 8 Amethyst House of Staten Island, 1988
3 9 Anderson, Warren M., 1980-1985
3 10 Anderson, Warren M., 1986-1988
3 11 Anfuso Papers, 1982
3 12 Anti-Semitic Incidents, 1994
3 13 Appointments and Nominations - New York State, 1974-1975
3 14 Arthur Kill Power Plant, 1974-1975
3 15 Arthur Kill Power Plant, 1977
4 1 Arthur Kill Power Plant, 1978-1979
4 2 Arthur Kill Power Plant, January - March 1980
4 3 Arthur Kill Power Plant, April 1980
4 4 Arthur Kill Power Plant, May - December 1980
4 5 Arthur Kill Power Plant, 1981-1982
4 6 Arthur Kill Power Plant, n.d.
4 7 Arthur Kill Power Plant - Recommended Decision, Department of Public Service, n.d.
4 8 Arts, 1990-1994
4 9 Asbestos, 1988
4 10 Assault Weapons, 1989
4 11 Assembly Issues, 1991
4 12 Assisted Suicides, 1996-1997
1 15 Augustinian's Mission Church - Staten Island, 1980
4 1 Audit Committee, 1981
4 2 Audit Committee, January - June 1982
4 3 Audit Committee, July - December 1982
4 4 Audit Committee, 1983
4 5 Audit Committee, January 1984 - June 1984
4 6 Audit Committee, July - December 1984
4 7 Audit Committee, 1985
4 8 Audit Committee, 1986
4 9 Audit Committee, 1987
4 10 Audit Committee, February - May 1988
4 11 Audit Committee, June - December 1988
5 1 Banks And Banking, 1991
5 2 Beth Rifka Nursing Home, 1978-1980
5 3 Bicentennial Commission, 1988
5 4 Blue Heron Park, 1980
5 5 Board of Appeals
5 6 Board of Examiners, 1988-1990
5 7 Board of Regents, 1988-1990
5 8 Botanical Garden, 1979-1980
5 9 Breed, Abbott, and Morgan, 1991-1996
5 10 Brooklyn Union and Gas, 1995
5 11 Bruno, Joseph, 1994-1995
5 12 Buckley, James L., 1970
5.1 1 Buckley, James L.- Campaign, 1970
5.1 2 Bus Garage, 1975-1977
6 1 Budget - Report of the Fiscal Committee on the Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1979
6 2 Budget - Report of the Senate Finance Committee on the Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1980
6 3 Budget - Report of The Fiscal Committees on the Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1981
6 4 Budget - Senate Finance Committee on Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1981
6 5 Budget - Report of the Fiscal Committees on the Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1982
6 6 Budget - Report of the Fiscal Committee on the Budget, Fiscal Year 1983
6 7 Budget - Analysis of the Executive Budget, 1984-1985
7 1 Budget - Report of the Fiscal Committees On The Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1985
7 2 Budget - Analysis of the Executive Budget, 1985-1986
7 3 Budget - Report of the Fiscal Committees On The Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1986
7 4 Budget - Analysis of the Executive Budget, 1987-1988
7 5 Budget - Report of the Fiscal Committees On The Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1987
8 1-2 Budget - Analysis of the Executive Budget, 1988-1989
8 3 Budget - Report of the Fiscal Committees on the Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1988
8 4 Budget - Statistical And Narrative Summary of the Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1988
8 5 Budget - Summary of Proposed 1988 -1989 Budget Reductions, June 1988
8 6 Budget - State of New York Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 1989
8 7 Budget - State of New York Executive Budget, 1989-1990
8 8 Budget - State of New York Five Year Capital Plan, Fiscal Years 1984-1988
9 1 Budget Sub-Committee Reports, 1980
9 2 Budget Battle, 1981
9 3 Budget Revenues, 1982
9 4 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1982-1983
9 5 Budget - Senate Program Legislature, FY 1983
9 6 Budget & Finance, December 1990 - January 1991
9 7 Budget & Finance, February 1991
9 8 Budget & Finance, March 1991
9 9 Budget & Finance, April 1991
9 10 Budget & Finance, May 1991
9 11 Budget & Finance, June 1-12, 1991
9 12 Budget & Finance, June 13-30, 1991
9 13 Budget & Finance, July - September 1991
9 14 Budget & Finance, October 1991
9 15 Budget & Finance, November 1991
9 16 Budget & Finance, December 1991
10 1 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1971
10 2 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1974 & 1988
10 3 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, March 1975
10 4 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1983
10 5 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1984
10 6 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1985
10 7 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1986
10 8 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1987
10 9 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Jan-Mar 1988
10 10 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Apr 1988
10.1 1 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, May-Jun 1988
10.1 2 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Nov-Dec 1988
10.1 3 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1989
10.1 4 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1994
10.1 5 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Jan-Feb 1995
10.1 6 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, March 1-14, 1995
10.1 7 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, March 15-31, 1995
10.2 1 Budget - Correspondence & Reports (no specific date), March 1995
10.2 2 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Apr-May 1995
10.2 3 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Jun-Sept 1995
10.2 4 Budget - Correspondence & Reports (no month specified), 1995
10.2 5 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, 1998-1999
10.2 6 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Jan 2001
10.2 7 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Feb 2001
10.2 8 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, Mar-Apr 2001
10.2 9 Budget - Correspondence & Reports, May-Jun 2001
11 1 Budget - Staten Island Budget Requests, 1982-1985
11 2 Budget - Staten Island Budget Requests, 1984
11 3 Budget - Staten Island Budget Requests, 1985
11 4 Budget - Staten Island Budget Requests, 1986
11 5 Budget - Staten Island Budget Requests, 1988-1989
12 1 Cancer Incidence, Staten Island, 1972-1978
12 2 Capital Punishment, April 1977 - January 1980
12 3 Capital Punishment, February - May 1980
12 4 Capital Punishment, 1981
12 5 Capital Punishment, 1982
12 6 Capital Punishment, 1983
12 7 Capital Punishment, 1984 & n.d.
12 8 Capitol Close-Up, New York State, 1986
12 9 Carmel Richmond Nursing Home, 1980
12 10 Castellano, Vito J., 1985
12 11 Castellano, Vito J., 1986
12 12 Castellano, Vito J., 1987
12 13 Castellano, Vito J., n.d.
12 14 CAT Scanner, 1977-1979
12 15 Catholic Conference, New York State, 1984-1986
12 16 Catholic Conference, New York State, 1987
13 1 Cemetery Bill, 1995-1998
13 2 CHANGE-NY, 1991
13 3 Chetko, A.F., 1985-1986
13 4 Childcare, 1990-1991
13 5 Children's Museum, 1977-1980
13 6 Christmas Cards, 2006
13 7 Christmas Tree Inn, 1979
13 8 Ciparick, Carmen B., September 21 - December 14, 1993
13 9 Ciparick, Carmen B., December 15, 1993
13 10 Ciparick, Carmen B., December 16, 1993 - January 3, 1994
13 11 City University of New York (CUNY), 1978-1985
14 1 Clay Pit Pond State Park, 1975-1981
14 2 Cloning, 1997
14 3 Cloning, 1998-1999
14 4 Commerce, 1991
14 5 Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 1993
14 6 Communist Party / Radical Groups, 1949-1964
14 7 Community Boards, Staten Island, 1980
14 8 Comparable Worth Briefing Papers, 1985
14 9 Condoms, October 1990 - February 1991
14 10 Condoms, March - December 1991
14 11 Conference House, 1980
15 1 Congratulatory Letters, A-Z, 1986
15 2 Congratulatory Letters, B-H, 1987
15 3 Congratulatory Letters, K-Z, 1987
15 4 Congratulatory Letters, A-Z, 1988
15 5 Conservative Party, 1991
15 6 Consumer Protection, 1991
15 7 Corporate Law Bill (S.5170), 2005
15 8 Corporations Authorities, 1995
15 9 Corporations, Authorities & Commissions, NYS Senate Committee on - Annual Reports, 1995
15 10 Corporations, Authorities & Commissions, NYS Senate Committee on - Meeting Transcripts, April 1995
15 11 Corporations, Authorities & Commissions, NYS Senate Committee on - Meeting Transcripts, May 1995
15 12 Corporations, Authorities & Commissions, NYS Senate Committee on - Press Releases, 1995
15 13 Corporations, Authorities & Commissions, NYS Senate Committee on - Status of Legislation, 1995, 1998, 2000
15 14 Corson's Brook Woods, 1983-1985

16

1 Court of Appeals Judges, 1982
16 2 Crime & Corrections, 1990-1991
16 3 Crummey, C.O., 1986-1987
16 4 CSEA, 1992
16 5 Cuba, 1999
16 6 Cultural Diversity, n.d.
16 7 Cuomo, Mario M., 1983-1986
16 8 Cuomo, Mario M., 1987-1988
16 9 Cuomo, Mario M., 1991
16 10 Currency Recall, 1981-1982
17 1 College of Staten Island, 1978-1980
17 2 College of Staten Island, 1981-1984
17 3 College of Staten Island, 1985
17 4 College of Staten Island - Phase I & II Report, 1985
17 5 College of Staten Island, 1986
17 6 College of Staten Island, 1987-1988
17 7 College of Staten Island - Marlene Springer
17 8 College of Staten Island, 1991, n.d.
37 1 Council of State Governments - Agenda for Budget Committee Meeting, February 23, 1979
37 2 Council of State Governments - Executive Committee Meeting, February 23-25, 1979
37 3 Council of State Governments - Summary of Annual Meeting, November 15-17 1979
37 4 Council of State Governments - Executive Committee Meeting, November - December 1979
37 5 Council of State Governments - Financial Statements, 1979
37 6 Council of State Governments - Budget Committee, 1979
37 7 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1979
38 1 Council of State Governments - Meeting of the Executive Committee, February 23, 1980
38 2 Council of State Governments - Meeting of the Executive Committee, April 17-19, 1980
38 3 Council of State Governments - Executive Committee Meeting Correspondence, January - April 1980
38 4 Council of State Governments - Budget Committee Correspondence, 1980
38 5 Council of State Governments - Budget Committee Fiscal Summaries, 1980
38 6 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1980
38 7 Council of State Governments - Executive Director Search Files:1, 1980
38 8 Council of State Governments - Executive Director Search Files:2, 1980
38 9 Council of State Governments - Publications, 1980-1981
39 1 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, January - April 1983
39 2 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, June 1983
39 3 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, July - September 1983
39 4 Council of State Governments - 50th Anniversary Meeting, 1983
21 1 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, January 1984
21 2 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, February - May 1984
21 3 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, June - July 1984
21 4 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, August - December 1984
21 5 Council of State Governments - Annual Meeting, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, 1985
21 6 Council of State Governments - Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1985
21 7 Council of State Governments - Annual Report, 1985
21 8 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1985
21 9 Council of State Governments - Executive and Budget Committees Meetings, 1985
21 10 Council of State Governments - Lease Agreement, 1985
22 1 Council of State Governments - State & Federal Affairs Committee, 1985
22 2 Council of State Governments - Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, 1986
22 3 Council of State Governments - Budget Committee
22 4 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1986
22 5 Council of State Governments - Little Rock, Arkansas, 1986
22 6 Council of State Governments - Backgrounder, 1987-1990
22 7 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1987
22 8 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1988
22 9 Council of State Governments - Eastern Regional Conference, 1988
23 1 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1989
23 2 Council of State Governments - Eastern Regional Conference, 1989
23 3 Council of State Governments - Intergovernmental Affairs Commitee, 1989
23 4 Council of State Governments - Press Releases, 1989
23 5 Council of State Governments - Correspondence & Reports, 1990
23 6 Council of State Governments - Eastern Regional Conference, 1990
23 7 Council of State Governments - National Committee Meetings, 1990
23 8 Council of State Governments - 60th Anniversary Meeting, 1990
     
     
25 1 Council of State Governments - Legal Task Force, July 1996
25 2 Council of State Governments - Legal Task Force, August-December, 1996
25 3 D'Amato, Alfonse M., 1991
25 4 Daly, Senator John B., 1993
25 5 Day Care Centers, 1991
25 6 Death Penalty, 1990
25 7 Death Penalty, 1991-1993
25 8 Death Penalty, 1995-1996
25 9 Death Penalty, 1999
25 10 Death Penalty (bill S.4918), 2005
25 11 Derivatives, 1995
25 12 District Office Guidelines, 1977, 1982
25 13 Doctors' Hospital of Staten Island, 1981-1982
26 1 Doctors' Hospital of Staten Island, January 1987
26 2 Doctors' Hospital of Staten Island, February-June 1987
26 3 Dolinger, Reso, 1993
26 4 Do Not Resussitate Orders, 1993
26 5 Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, 1995-1996
26 6 Draft Registration, 1987
26 7 Dredging/Borrow Pits, 1994-1995
26 8 Dreyfus Corporation, 1988-1989
26 9 Drinking Age, 1961-1964, 1981
26 10 Drinking Age, January-March 1982
27 1 Drinking Age, April-December 1982
27 2 Drinking Age, 1983
27 3 Drinking Age, January-April 1984
27 4 Drinking Age, May 1984
27 5 Drinking Age, June-August 1984
27 6 Drinking Age, 1985
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41 8 Dreyfus Corporation, 1987-1988
41 9 Dukakis, Michael, 1988
41 10 "Duty to Die" - Euthanasia Issue, 1984
41 11 DWI Issues, 1981-1986
41 12 Dyson Affair, January 1978
41 13 Dyson Affair, February 1978
41 14 Dyson Affair, March 1978
41 15 Dyson Affair, 1978-1979
42 1 Education - "School Decentralization in New York City," June 1974
42 2 Education - "An Analysis and Critique of the 1974-1975 New York State Education Aid Formula," April 4, 1975
42 3 Education - School Funding, 1974-1983
42 4 Education - School Decentralization, 1976-1980
42 5 Education - Cooperative Continuum of Education, 1979-1980
42 6 Education - Correspondence, 1980
42 7 Education - New York City Board of Education, 1983
42 8 Education - State Aid, 1986-1987
43 1 Education, January 1991
43 2 Education, February 1991
43 3 Education, March 1991
43 4 Education, April 1991
43 5 Education, "Governing for Results: Decentralization with Accountability," April 1991
43 6 Education, May 1991
43 7 Education - "Fifteen Years Older and Deeper in Debt: Effects of the Mid-1990&s Fiscal Crisis on Public Elementary and Secondary Education in New York City," May 1991
43 8 Education, June - December 1991
43 9 Education - CUNY / Higher Education, August - December 1991
43 10 Education - "Construction vs. Children: The Need to Improve Safety During Renovation of Schools and Public Housing," April 24, 1996
44 1 Ethics, January 1975
44 2 Ethics, February 1975
44 3 Ethics, May 1975
44 4 Ethics, 1977-1979
44 5 Ethics, 1980
44 6 Ethics, 1981-1983
44 7 Ethics, January 1986 - March 1987
44 8 Ethics, April 1987
44 9 Ethics, May - December 1987
44 10 Ethics, January - February 1988
44 11 Ethics, March - November 1988
44 12 Ethics, 1990-1991
45 1 Economic Development, January - February 1991
45 2 Economic Development, March - December 1991
45 3 Economics Group, 1973-1974
45 4 Eger Lutheran Nursing Home, 1978-1979
45 5 Elections, 1987-1988
45 6 Elections, January - July 1991
45 7 Elections, August - December 1991
45 8 Energy, 1980 & 1991
45 9 English Language Amendment, 1988
45 10 Erosion Task Force - Draft Final Report, Volume I, 1993
45 11 Environmental Conservation, 1979-1980
45 12 Environmental Conservation, 1991
46 1 Family, Definition of, 1991
46 2 Fitzgerald, G.J., 1986-1987
46 3 Form Letters, 1973
46 4 Fundraising, General, 1973
47 1 Ferry, Staten Island, May 1975 - November 1976
47 2 Ferry, Staten Island, February 1977 - December 1978
47 3 Ferry, Staten Island, January 1979 - September 1980
47 3a Ferry, Staten Island, July - August 1987
47 4 Ferry, Staten Island, January 1991 - March 1991
47 5 Ferry, Staten Island, April 1991 - May 1991
47 6 Ferry, Staten Island, June 1991
47 7 Ferry, Staten Island, July 1 - July 14, 1991
47 8 Ferry, Staten Island, July 15 -31, 1991
47 9 Ferry, Staten Island, August 1-14, 1991
47 10 Ferry, Staten Island, August 14-15, 1991
47 11 Ferry, Staten Island, September 1-14,1991
47 12 Ferry, Staten Island, September 15-30, 1991
47 13 Ferry, Staten Island, October - November 1991
47 14 Ferry, Staten Island, December 1991
48 1 Fresh Kills Bridge, February 6, 1980
48 2 Fresh Kills Landfill, 1983-1985
48 3 Fresh Kills Landfill, 1986
48 4 Fresh Kills Landfill, September 1989-April 1991
48 5 Fresh Kills Landfill, May 1991-December 1991
48 6 Fresh Kills Landfill, "A Plan to Phase Out The Fresh Kills Landfill," November 1996
48 7 Fresh Kills Landfill, "Operations and Maintenance Plan for the Fresh Kills Landfill" (Volume 1 of 3), January 31 1997
49 1 Garibaldi-Meucci Museum, 1978-1979
49 2 Gateway National Recreation Area, 1977
49 3 Gateway National Recreation Area, Public Hearing, May 5, 1977
49 4 Gateway National Recreation Area, 1978-1979
49 5 Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), 1980-1984
49 6 Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), 1985-1986
49 7 Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), 1984
49 8 Granger Report: "A Report on the City University and its Proposed 1964 Masterplan," November 1964
49 9 Greenbelt, Staten Island, 1989
49 10 Group Homes, 1979
50 1 Hard, Judith A., 1986-1988
50 2 Hart/Crecca Campaigns, 1971
50 3 Hart, George M., 1987-1989
50 4 Health, January-June 1991
50 5 Health, July-December 1991
50 6 Heritage House of Staten Island, 1977-1980
50 7 High Rock Conservation and Education Center, 1980
50 8 Homeport, October 25, 1985
50 9 Homeport, February-April 1991
50 10 Homeport, May 1991
50 11 Homeport, June 1991
50 12 Homeport, July-December 1991
50 13 Homeport, n.d.
50 14 Housing, 1979-1980
50 15 Housing, 1987
50 16 Housing, January-September 1991
50 17 Housing, October 1991
50 18 Housing, November-December 1991
50 19 Human Rights, 1983-1985
50 20 Human Rights, 1991
50a .1 Insurance, 2001
50a 1 Italo-American Discrimination, 1976-1977
50a 2 Italo-American Discrimination, "History of Italian American Discrimination at CUNY," January 1978
50a 3 Italo-American Discrimination, Proposal for The Italian-American Institute for Higher Education, January 1978
50a 4 Italo-American Discrimination, 1978
50a 5 Italo-American Institute to Foster Higher Education, 1983
50a 6 Italy, Earthquake Relief Fund, 1976-1981
50a 7 Italy, Friendship Groups, 1984
51 1 Judicial Voir Dire, 1982-1983
51 2 Judiciary - Budget, 1991
51 3 Judiciary - Correspondence, 1983
51 4 Judiciary - Correspondence, 1984-1985
51 5 Judiciary - Law Amendment, 1997
51 6 Judiciary - Russo et al vs. Russo et al, 1986
51 7 Judiciary - Rohrbach vs. Coven et al, 1986
51 8 Koch, Edward I., 1986-1989
52 1 Labor, 1991
52 2 Lackman, Abraham M., 1981-1987
52 3 Lane Theater, 1988
52 4 Last Chance Pond, 1975
52 5 Legislature, January - April 1991
52 6 Legislature, May - December 1991
52 7 Letterhead, n.d.
52 8 Lincoln Day Dinner, February 10, 1984
52 9 Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), 1975
52 10 Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), 1977
52 11 Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), 1978-1981
52 12 Little League, Staten Island, 1979-1991
52 13 Lobbying, March 18, 1991
52 14 Local Assistance Costs, 1978
52 15 Local Government, January 1991
52 16 Local Government, February - December 1991
52 17 Lulus - Legislative Allowances, 1976
53 1 Macris, Rev. Father Spyridon, 1989
53 2 Malpractice, January - February 1985
53 3 Malpractice, February - April 1985
53 4 Malpractice, May - June 1985
53 5 Malpractice, July - December 1985
53 6 Manhattan Psychiatric Center, October 24, 1977
53 7 Marchi Letters to the Editor, 1990-1991
53 8 Marchi Personal File, 1970s
53 9 Marino, Ralph J., 1991
53 10 McLaughlin, Gerald F., November 1990 - May 1991
53 11 McLaughlin, Gerald F., June - December 1991
53 12 Media, 1990-1991
53 13 Medicaid, March - September 1991
53 14 Medicaid, October 1991
53 15 Medicaid, November 1991 - n.d
53 16 Military Affairs, 1975
53 17 Military Affairs, 1980-1982
53 18 Military Affairs, April 1981
53 19 Military Affairs, April 1991
53 20 Miner, Andrew M., 1980-1981
53 21 Molinari, Guy V., 1991
53 22 Molinari, Susan, 1989
53 23 Moreland Commission Hearing, 1975
53 24 Municipal Aid Program, 1985
54 1 Mobilization for Youth - Bases for Investigation, Reports and Exhibits, 1964
54 2 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York, 12-January-1957
54 3 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 6-October-1964, 2:15pm
54 4 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 13-October-1964
54 5 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 27-October-1964, 4:30pm
54 6 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 27-October-1964, 7:45pm
54 7 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 29-October-1964, 2:10pm
54 8 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 29-October-1964, 2:45pm
54 9 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 16-November-1964, 2:45pm
54 10 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 24-November-1964, 2:25pm
54 11 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 10-December-1964, 9:00pm
54 12 Mobilization for Youth - Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York Hearing, 11-December-1964, 5:15pm
54 13 Mobilization for Youth - General Files and Exhibits, 1960-1964
54 14 Mobilization for Youth - HARYOU, 1964
54 15 Mobilization for Youth - Hicks Calvin, 1961, 1966
54 16 Mobilization for Youth - Lenox Chalet, n.d.
54 17 Mobilization for Youth - Press, 1962-1966
54 18 Mobilization for Youth - Printers Receipts, 1963
54 19 Mobilization for Youth - Printers Receipts, 1964
54 20 Mobilization for Youth - "Proposal for the Prevention and Control of Delinquency by Expanding Opportunities," December 9, 1961
54 21 Mobilization for Youth - Publications, 1961
54 22 Mobilization for Youth - Subpoenas, October - November 1964
54 23 Mobilization for Youth - "World of Education," n.d.
55 1 National Conference of State Legislators, 1981-1984
55 2 National Conference of State Legislators, 1985-1987
55 3 New Jersey Commuter Tax Refund, 1979
55 4 Northern Ireland Divestiture Bill, April 29, 1986
55 5 Northshore Expressway, 1970
56 1 New York City - Charter, 1975-1977
Binder 1   NYC Charter: Proposed Amendments I, 1983
Binder 2   NYC Charter: Proposed Amendments II, 1983
56 2 New York City - Finances, 1977
56 3 New York City - Finances, 1978-1979
56 4 New York City - Fiscal and Financial Situation Hearing, 1978
56 5 New York City - Office of the Mayor, 1987
56 6 New York City - Office of the Mayor, 1988-1989
57 1 New York State Senate - Finance Journal, September 1987
57 2 New York State Senate - International Day, 1985
57 3 New York State Senate - Majority Leadership, 1988
57 4 New York State Senate - "News from the Senate Republican Majority," February - August, 1989
57 5 New York State Senate - Press Clippings, 1989
57 6 New York State Senate - Press Clippings, 1990-1991
57 7 New York State Senate - Publications, 1989-1995
57 8 New York State Senate - Standing Committees, 1989
57 9 New York State Senate - Statewide Issues Poll, March 14, 1988
57 10-11 New York State Senate - "Thumbnail Sketches of State Issues," October 1988
58 1 Nominations for Appointments, 1974
58 2 Nominations for Appointments, 1975-1979
58 3 Nominations for Appointments, 1980
58 4 Nominations for Appointments, 1981
58 5 Nominations for Appointments, 1982-1983
58 6 Nominations for Appointments, 1984-1985
58a 1 Off-Budget Spending, 1981
58a 2 Ossinig Correctional Facility, 1983
59 1 Parks and Recreation, 1913, 1965, 1975
59 2 Parole Commission, 1981
59 3 Parole Commission, 1982
59 4 Parole Commission - Probation Programs Report, 1982
59 5 Pensions, 1973
59 6 Pensions, 1982
59 7 Pensions, 1983
59 8 Personal, December 1990 - April 1991
59 9 Personal, May 1991
59 10 Personal, June 1991
59 11 Personal, August - September 1991
59 12 Personal, October - December 1991
60 1 Pollution, 1982
60 2 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 1982-1984
60 3 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - Hunters Point Report, March 1984
60 4 Port Facilities, 1980
60 5 Power Authority of the State of New York (PASNY), 1979
60 6 Power Authority of the State of New York (PASNY), 1980
60 7 Power Authority of the State of New York (PASNY), 1981
60 8 Privacy Protection, November 1975 - October 1977
60 9 Privacy Protection, November 1977 - 1980
60 10 Public Authorities Control Board, 1978-1985
60 11 Public Service Commission, 1983
61 1 Queens College, 1977
61 1a "Ratemaking: A Review of Municipal Credit Ratings with an Emphasis upon New York State," November 1984
61 2 Reapportionments - Bills, 1982
61 3 Reapportionments - Correspondence, 1981-1984
61 4 Recommendations, 1987
61 5 Recommendations, 1988-1989
61 6 Regan, Edward V., 1981-1984
61 7 Regan, Edward V., 1985-1988
61 8 Republican Party, 1978-1979
61 9 Revenue Sharing, 1971-1972
61 10 Revenue Sharing, 1979-1980
61 11 Richmond Parkway, 1975-1980
61 12 Richmondtown Restoration, 1980
61 13 Rooney, Kathryn, 1991
61 14 Rudmann, Anthony M., 1982-1988
61.1 1 Regan, Edward V., 1988-1989
61.1 2 Rent Control, 1992
61.1 3 Rent Control, 1993
61.1 4 Republican Party, 1978-1979
61.1 5 Retirement (Board of Education), 2005
61.1 6 Revenue Sharing, 1971-1972
61.1 7 Revenue Sharing, 1979-1980
61.1 8 Richmond Parkway, 1975-1980
61.1 9 Richmondtown Restoration, 1980
61.1 10 Rooney, Kathryn, 1991
61.1 11 Rosenblatt, Albert M., (court), 1985
61.1 12 Rudmann, Anthony M., 1982-1988
61.1 13 "S" Corporation Forming an ESOP, 1998
61.1 14 Sandy Ground Staten Island Community, 1979-1980
61.1 15 Schedule, 1997
62 1 School Construction Authority, 1988, 1998
62 2 School Governance,1993
62 3 Sea View Hospital and Home, 1980
62 4 Secondary Neighborhood Development Area, 1980
62 5 Self-Incrimination, 1988
62 6 Sellers, Margaret, 1986-1987
62 7 Senators, 1996-1997
62 8 Senior Citizens, 1980
62 9 Senior Citizens - Pharmaceutical Assistance, 1986
62 10 Senior Housing, 1987-1990
62 11 Serpentine Art and Nature Commons, 1980
62 12 Silver Lake, 1979-1980
62 13 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1976-1977
62 14 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, April 6, 1977
62.1 1 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1978-1980
62.1 2 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1989
62.1 3 SOAP Letter, 1994
62.1 4 Social Services, January - May 1991
62.1 5 Social Services, June - December 1991
62.1 6 South Street Seaport Museum, 1979
62.1 7 Speeches, 1986, 1997
62.1 8 St. Francis Seminary, 1997
62.1 9 St. George's University, 1985-1986
62.1 10 St. Vincent's Medical Center, 1979, 1991
62.1 11 Stapleton Civic Association, 1980
62.1 12 STAR Program,1999
62.1 13 State Archives, 1995
62.1 14 State of the Borough, 1988
62.1 15 State of the State, 2006
62.1 16 Staten Island Developmental Center, 1980
62.1 17 Staten Island Expressway Corridor, 1994-1998
62.1 18 Staten Island Hospital, 1975-1979
62.1 19 Staten Island Politics, 1976-1977
62.1 20 Secession Movement - Staten Island's Future, 1896-1970
62.1 21 "Staten Island Song," 1995
62.1 22 Stolen Art - Italian Letter, 1999
62.1 23 Stenographers' Form Letters, 1986
62.1 24 Sticht, Emil W., 1988
62.1 25 Surrogate Parenting Bill, June 19, 1989
63 1 Secession Movement - "The Structure, Powers and Functions of New York City's Board of Estimate," September 1973
63 2 Secession Movement - Beverly Morris et al. v. The Board of Estimate et al., March 1985
63 3 Secession Movement - Beverly Morris et al. v. The Board of Estimate et al., March 15, 1985
63 4 Secession Movement - Beverly Morris et al. v. The Board of Estimate et al., April 12, 1985
63 5 Secession Movement - Board of Estimate Correspondence, 1985
63 6 Secession Movement - Beverly Morris et al. v. The Board of Estimate et al., February 20, 1987
63 7 Secession Movement - Board of Estimate et al. v. Beverly Morris et al., October 1987
63 8 Secession Movement - Board of Estimate et al. v. Beverly Morris et al., March 22, 1989
64 1 Secession Movement - State of New York Draft Legislation, 1983
64 2 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.7904, March 29, 1988
64 3 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill Nos. 3539-C, S.2553, S.2655, 2655-A, February 1989
64 4 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.2341, March 29, 1989
64 5 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.4273, March 1989 - June 1989
64 6 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.2655-A, December 15, 1989
64 7 Secession Movement - State of New York, Executive Chamber, Bill No. S.2655-A, December 15, 1989
64 8 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.2553, 1989
64 9 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.2655, 1989
64 10 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.6868, January 18, 1990
64 11 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.6868, February 9, 1990
64 12 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.2655-A, February 14, 1990
64 13 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.6868, March 1, 1990
64 14 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.2655-A, 1990
64 15 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.6868, n.d.
64 16 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill Nos. S.7903 & S.7904, n.d.
64 17 Secession Movement - Legislative Correspondence, June - July 1989
64 18 Secession Movement - Legislative Correspondence, November - December 1989
64 19 Secession Movement - State of New York, Senate Bill No. S.6868, January - March 1990
64 20 Secession Movement - Legislative Press Clippings, 1989
65 1 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, December 28, 1989
65 2 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, January 27, 1990
65 3 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, January 29, 1990
65 4 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, March 9, 1990
65 5 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, March 12, 1990
65 6-7 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, March 14, 1990
65 8-10 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, March 15, 1990
65 11 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, May 21, 1990
65 12 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, June 5, 1990
65 13 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, June 28, 1990
65 14-15 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, July 26, 1990
65 16 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, July 27, 1990
65 17 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, August 10, 1990
65 18 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, August 23, 1990
65 19 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, August 27, 1990
65 20-21 Secession Movement - The City of New York et al., v. The State of New York, September 18, 1990
66 1 Secession Movement - Correspondence and Reports, May 1983
66 2 Secession Movement - Correspondence and Reports, June - July 1983
66 3 Secession Movement - Correspondence and Reports, October - September 1983
66 4 Secession Movement - Press Releases, August - November 1983
66 5 Secession Movement - "An Independent Staten Island: Fiscal Implications," June 1983
66 6 Secession Movement - "Remedies for a Proud Outcast," Draft, July 1983
66 7 Secession Movement - "Remedies of a Proud Outcast: The Legal Probability and Implications of Restructuring the Government and Boundaries of the City of New York," July 1983
66 8 Secession Movement - Correspondence, 1984
66 9 Secession Movement - Secession Updates, May 1985
66 10 Secession Movement - "An Inquiry Into Self-Determination," December 14, 1987
66 11 Secession Movement - Staten Island Committee for the Review of Secession Report, 1987
67 1 Secession Movement - "A Study of the Feasibility of an Independent Staten Island", Proof Copies, August 1990
67 2 Secession Movement - "A Study of an Independent Staten Island," August 1990
67 3 Secession Movement - Correspondence/Reports, 1988-1989
67 4 Secession Movement - Correspondence/Reports, 1990
67 5 Secession Movement - "Population Dynamics on Staten Island: From Ethnic Homogeneity to Diversity," 1991
67 6 Secession Movement - "Staten Island: A Mini-New York City or a Downstate Urban County?," April 15, 1993
67 7 Secession Movement - "Borough President Guy V. Molinari, Position Paper on Staten Island Secession," October 1993
68 1 Secession Movement - Reference Material, 1890s - 1970s
68 2 Secession Movement - State of New York, "Report of the Committee on Local Government and Home Rule," Document No. 30, 1967
68 3 Secession Movement - Reference Material, Lexis-Nexis, 1983-1994
69 1 South Richmond Plan - Background Material for Planned Communities, Reports, 1956-1971
69 2 South Richmond Plan - Background Material for Planned Communities, Press Clippings, 1964-1971
69 3 South Richmond Plan - Background Material for Planned Communities, Maps & Slides, n.d.
69 4 South Richmond Plan - The Rouse Company, 1970-1971
69 5 South Richmond Plan - The Columbia Association, 1970
69 6 South Richmond Plan - "Columbia Today," 1970-1971
69 7 South Richmond Plan - "Welcome to Columbia: A Handbook for Residents," n.d.
69 8 South Richmond Plan - Summary Outline of the South Richmond Planning Study, 1971
69 9 South Richmond Plan - Requests, 1972
69 10 South Richmond Plan - Correspondence, 1972
70 1 South Richmond Plan - The Rouse Corporation Summary Report, September 1971
70 2 South Richmond Plan - Proposal Statements Pro & Con, December 1971 - June 1972
70 3 South Richmond Plan - Act to Create the New South Richmond Development Corporation: Drafts & Legislative Memoranda, 1972
70 4 South Richmond Plan - Act to Create the New South Richmond Development Corporation, 1972
70 5 South Richmond Plan - Act to Create the New South Richmond Development Corporation, February 28, 1972
70 6 South Richmond Plan - Act to Create the New South Richmond Development Corporation: Summary and Amendment, March 7, 1972
70 7 South Richmond Plan - Report of the South Richmond Development Corporation, 1972
70 8 South Richmond Plan - Report of the Mayor's Task Force, Part 1 of 2, n.d.
70 9 South Richmond Plan - Report of the Mayor's Task Force, Part 2 of 2, n.d.
70 10 South Richmond Plan - Press Releases, John Marchi, February 1972 - May 1972
70 11 South Richmond Plan - News Clippings, January 1972 - November 1972
70 12 South Richmond Plan - City Planning Commission, South Richmond Task Force, July 1973 - November 1974
70 13 South Richmond Plan - South Richmond Land Use Proposal, October 1973
70 14 South Richmond Plan - Public Hearing, May 21, 1975
70 15 South Richmond Plan - News Clippings, 1997-1999
71 1 Tamburrelli, D., 1985-1987
71 2 Taylor Law Revisions, 1980
71 3 Television, 1988-1989
Binder 3-7   Temporary State Commission on NYC School Governance, 1991
71 4 Tobler, Paul, 1979-1980
71 5 "Today's News Digest," February 28, 1989 - June 30, 1989
71 6 Toxic Torts, 1984
71 7 Toxic Torts, January - April 1985
71 8 Toxic Torts, April 1985 - December 1985
71 9 Toxic Torts, 1986
72 1 Travis Power Plant, 1979-1980
72 2 Trolley Museum, 1980
72 3 Tyksinski, Eugene K. 1977-1985
72 4 Tyksinski, Eugene K., 1986
72 5 Tyksinski, Eugene K., January - April 1987
72 6 Tyksinski, Eugene K., May 1987
72 7 Tyksinski, Eugene K., 1988 - n.d.
73 1 Taxation, New York State, 1979-1985
73 2 Taxation, New York State, 1986
73 3 Taxation, New York State - Tax Reform Provisions, 1986
73 4 Taxation, New York State, 1987
73 5 Taxation, New York State - Tax Reform Provisions, 1987-1988
73 6 Taxation, New York State, 1988
73 7 Taxation, New York State, January - June 1989
73 8 Taxation, New York State, July - December 1989
73 9 Taxation, New York State, 1990
73 10 Taxation, New York State, n.d.
74 1 Taxation, New York State, Property Assessment, 1979-1980
74 2 Taxation, New York State, Property Assessment, February 1981 - October 1981
74 3 Taxation, New York State, Property Assessment, November 1981
74 4 Taxation, New York State, Tax Relief, 1985-1986
74 5 Taxation, New York State, Tax Revenues, 1984 & 1987
75 1 Taxation, Federal and State Tax Law, c.1985
75 2 Taxation, Federal Funding, June - December 1985
75 3 Taxation, Federal Tax Reform, January - June 1985
75 4 Taxation, Federal Tax Reform, July - December 1985
75 5 Taxation, Federal Tax Reform, March - August 1986
75 6 Taxation, Federal Tax Reform, September - December 1986
75 7 Taxation, Federal Tax Reform, 1987
76 1 Transportation - Funding, 1981-1982
76 2 Transportation - Funding, 1985-1987
76 3 Transportation - General Issues, 1989
76 4 Transportation - General Correspondence, 1979-1980
76 5 Transportation - Buses, 1977
76 6 Transportation - Buses, 1978
76 7 Transportation - Buses, 1979
76 8 Transportation - Buses, 1980-1988
76 9 Transportation - Buses, 1979-1980
76 10 Transportation - Route 440, 1987
76 11 Transportation - SIRTOA, 1976-1978
76 12 Transportation - SIRTOA, 1979
76 13 Transportation - SIRTOA, 1980
76 14 Transportation - SIRTOA, 1981 & 1987
76 15 Transportation - Tolls, 1979-1980
76 16 Transportation - Tolls, 1986-1989
77 1 Unified Court System, 1979-1980
77 1.1 Variable Supplements Funds, c. 2002
77 2 Veterans' Affairs, 1987-1991
77 3 Wagner High School, 1979
77 4 Wall Street Office Building, 1972
77 5 Waterfront Commission, 1976-1979
77 6 Wein Decision, 1977
77 7 "Welfare Genie in New York State: Proposals to Put the Genie Back in the Bottle," 27-May-1992
77 8 Wetlands, 1986-1989
77 9 White House Conference on Families (WHCF), 1979-1980
77 10 Willowbrook (Staten Island Developmental Center), 1979-1982
77 11 Wilson, Malcolm, c.1972
77 12 Women, 1989 & 1991
77 13 Wood, R.H., 1977-1978
77A 1 Albano, Vincent (District Office File), 1969
77A 2 Anti-Semitism & Civil Rights (District Office File), 1969
77A 3 Battista, Vito (District Office File), 1969
77A 4 Bronx Flyer - John Marchi Speaks (District Office File), 1969
77A 5 Budget 1965-69 (District Office File), 1969
77A 6 Communism (District Office File), 1969
77A 7 Courts, Judiciary (District Office File), 1969
77A 8 Drugs (District Office File), 1969
77A 9 Elector News Articles (District Office File), 1969
77A 10 Expressway (District Office File), 1969
77A 11 Fiscal (District Office File), 1969
77A 12 Fluoridation (District Office File), 1969
77A 13 Hospitals, Medical, Health (District Office File), 1969
77A 14 Housing (District Office File), 1969
77A 15 HRA - Human Resources Administration (District Office File), 1969
77A 16 Inflation (District Office File), 1969
77A 17 Investigation (District Office File), 1969
77A 18 Issues, Speech and Statement Materials (District Office File), 1969
77A 19 Labor (District Office File), 1969
77A 20 Law and Order (District Office File), 1969
77A 21 Liberal Party (District Office File), 1969
77A 22 Marchi Advertisement (District Office File), 1969
77A 23 Marchi Endorsed by Italian American News (District Office File), 1969
77A 24 Marchi for Mayor Brochures (District Office File), 1973
77A 25 Marchi for Mayor Memoranda (District Office File), 1969, 1973
77A 26 Mayoral Election (District Office File), 1969
77A 27 Metropolitan Affairs (District Office File), 1969
77A 28 Mobilization for Youth (District Office File), 1964
77B 1 New Democratic Coalition (District Office File), 1969
77B 2 New York State Aid (District Office File), 1969
77B 3 Nixon Administration (District Office File), 1969
77B 4 Other Related Races (District Office File), 1969
77B 5 Police (District Office File), 1969
77B 6 Polls (District Office File), 1969
77B 7 Pollution (District Office File), 1969
77B 8 Post Office (District Office File), 1969
77B 9 Poverty (District Office File), 1969
77B 10 Primary (District Office File), 1969
77B 11 Prisons (District Office File), 1969
77B 12 Procaccino, Mario A. (District Office File), 1969
77B 13 Puerto Ricans (District Office File), 1969
77B 14 Queens Misc. (District Office File), 1969
77B 15 Radio and Advertising (District Office File), 1969
77B 16 Real Estate (District Office File), 1969
77B 17 Rent Control (District Office File), 1969
77B 18 Republican (District Office File), 1969
77B 19 Rockefeller (District Office File), 1969
77B 20 Sanitation (District Office File), 1969
77B 21 Senior Citizens and Poverty (District Office File), 1969
77B 22 Sex Education (District Office File), 1969
77B 23 Taxes (District Office File), 1969
77B 24 Taxicabs (District Office File), 1969
77B 25 Taylor Act (District Office File), 1969
77B 26 Telephone Co., The New York (District Office File), 1969
77B 27 Transportation (District Office File), 1969
77B 28 Urban Problems (District Office File), 1969
77B 29 U.S. Government (District Office File), 1969
77B 30 Waterfront (District Office File), 1969
77B 31 Welfare (District Office File), 1969
77B 32 West Village Plan for Housing (District Office File), 1969
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 2: Constituent Correspondence, 1964-1994. Approximately 3.5 Linear Feet.
The constituent correspondence series contains correspondence on a variety of topics. The series is arranged chronologically with some gaps, and the best coverage available is for 1964-1973 and 1990-1994.
Box# Folder# Title
78 1 Correspondence, 1964-1966
78 2 Correspondence A-K, 1967
78 3 Correspondence L-Ro, 1967
78 4 Correspondence Ry-T, 1967
78 5 Correspondence A-D - except Berman, 1968
78 6 Correspondence - Berman, 1968
78 7 Correspondence F-N, 1968
78 8 Correspondence P-W, 1968
79 1 Addenda to Correspondence, 1969
79 2 Correspondence A-Ba, 1969
79 3 Correspondence Be-Bu, 1969
79 4 Correspondence C, 1969
79 5 Correspondence D, 1969
79 6 Correspondence E-F, 1969
79 7 Correspondence G, 1969
79 8 Correspondence Haa-Hoo, 1969
79 9 Correspondence Hor-I, 1969
79 10 Correspondence J-K, 1969
79 11 Correspondence L, 1969
79 12 Correspondence Ma-Mc, 1969
79 13 Correspondence Mo-O, 1969
79 14 Correspondence P-R, 1969
80 1 Correspondence Sa-Sm, 1969
80 2 Correspondence So-T, 1969
80 3 Correspondence U-Z, 1969
80 4 Correspondence A-L, 1970
80 5 Correspondence M, 1970
80 6 Correspondence N-O, 1970
80 7 Correspondence P, 1970
80 8 Correspondence Q-Si, 1970
80 9 Correspondence Sm-Sz, 1970
80 10 Correspondence T-Z, 1970
81 1 Correspondence A-B, 1971
81 2 Correspondence C, 1971
81 3 Correspondence D-E, 1971
81 4 Correspondence F, 1971
81 5 Correspondence G-I, 1971
81 6 Correspondence J-L, 1971
81 7 Correspondence M-S, 1971
81 8 Correspondence T-Z, 1971
81 9 Correspondence A-C, 1972
81 10 Correspondence D-G, 1972
81 11 Correspondence H-K, 1972
81 12 Correspondence L-Q , 1972
81 13 Correspondence R-Z, 1972
82 1 Correspondence A-E, 1972-1973
82 2 Correspondence F-Mar, 1972-1973
82 3 Correspondence Mas-R, 1972-1973
82 4 Correspondence S-W, 1972-1973
82 5 Staten Island, Miscellaneous, 1986-1987
82 6 Correspondence A-B, 1991
82 7 Correspondence C-D, 1991
82 8 Correspondence E-G, 1991
82 9 Correspondence H-L, 1991
82 10 Correspondence M-N, 1991
82 11 Correspondence O-Z, 1991
82 12 Correspondence, 1987, 1993
82 13 Correspondence, January-March, 1994
82 14 Correspondence, April-June 1994
83 1 Correspondence, November 1990
83 2 Correspondence, March-April 1991
83 3 Correspondence A-F, May 1991
83 4 Correspondence G-S, May 1991
83 5 Correspondence, June-July 1991
83 6 Correspondence, August 1991
83 7 Correspondence A-G, September 1991
83 8 Correspondence K-V, September 1991
83 9 Correspondence, October 1991
83 10 Correspondence A-E, December 1991
83 11 Correspondence - Gifford, December 1991
83 12 Correspondence Gr-W, December 1991
84 1 Correspondence A-L, January 1992
84 2 Correspondence M-W, January 1992
84 3 Correspondence A-D, February 1992
84 4 Correspondence E-K, February 1992
84 5 Correspondence M-Y, February 1992
84 6 Correspondence A-D, March 1992
84 7 Correspondence E-K, March 1992
84 8 Correspondence L-R, March 1992
84 9 Correspondence S-Z, March 1992
84 10 Correspondence B-J, April 1992
84 11 Correspondence K-Z, April 1992
84 12 Correspondence A-E, May 1992
84 13 Correspondence F-W, May 1992
85 1 Correspondence A-C, June 1992
85 2 Correspondence, June 1992
85 3 Correspondence H-Ma, June 1992
85 4 Correspondence Me-R, June 1992
85 5 Correspondence S-W, June 1992
85 6 Correspondence B-H, July 1992
85 7 Correspondence K-V, July 1992
85 8 Correspondence B-S, August 1992
85 9 Correspondence B-W, September 1992
85 10 Correspondence, October-November 1992
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 3: Legislative Files, 1962-1998. 5 Linear Feet.
This series includes reports, legislative introductory records, bills, bill action registers for the senate and the legislature, correspondence and partial voting records.
                            Series 3 - Subseries A: Subseries A: Legislative Correspondence, 1965-1996.
                           This subseries contains two sets of records. The first set of files is organized chronologically and covers 1970-1973 and 1991. The second set of files is arranged alphabetically by subject and covers 1965-1996. A small number of Legislative Reports are also contained within this subseries and cover 1962-1967 and 1986.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            86 1 Legislative Reports - New York State Tax Revenue and Economy Model, 1986
                            86 2 Legislative Reports - Report of the Select Bi-Partisan Committee on Off Track Betting, 1964
                            86 3 Legislative Reports - A Report on the City University and its Proposed 1964 Master Plan, 1964
                            86 4 Legislative Reports - Special Staff Report of the Senate Committee on the City of New York, 1967
                            86 5 Legislative Reports - State of New York Joint Legislative Committee for the Study of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, 1962, 1963
                            87 1 Preliminary Summary of Legislation, 1970
                            87 2-3 Legislation, 1970
                            87 4 Legislation, - Bills 1973
                            87 5 Legislation - Memoranda and Bills 1973
                            87 6 Legislation - Newsclippings 1973
                            87 7 Legislation - Editorials 1973
                            87 8 Legislation - Press Releases 1973
                            87 9 Legislation - Correspondence 1973
                            87 10 Legislation - Miscellaneous 1973
                            88 1 Marchi Legislation, 1990-May 1991
                            88 2 Marchi Legislation, June 1991-n.d.
                            89 1 Hurd Task Force, 1978
                            89 2 New York City - School Governance, 1978
                            89 3 Levittown Decision, 1978-1979
                            89 4 New York City Schools, 1987-1988
                            89 5 Education, New York City, 1987-1989
                            89 6 New York City School Governance Commission, April 1991
                            89 7 Act to Amend Education Law & Structure of New York City School District System, 1993
                            90 1-2 New York City School Construction - Public Hearing, April 25, 1996
                            91 1 S.J. Resolution 54 - Opposition from Air Transport Association & Airport Security Council, September 19, 1972
                            91 2 J. J. Marchi - Floor Remarks - Transcripts, 1973
                            91 2.1 Finance, Senate Committee on, 1984-1986
                            91 2.2 Finance, Senate Committee on, 1987
                            91 3 Gateway, 1971
                            91 4 Gateway, 1973
                            91 5 Investigations and Taxation, Committee on, 1983-1984
                            91 6 Married Women's Names - Proposed Legislation, 1982
                            91 7 Nuclear Freeze Proposal - Bill S.10239, 1982
                            91 8 Off Track Betting - New York City, 1965
                            Oversized 5 16 Physician's Weekly Vol. XIV No. 18, May 12, 1997
                            91 9 Right of Privacy, 1985
                            91 10 Staten Island Property Evaluation Hearing, February 14, 1980
                            91 11 Senate Bill 5277 - Public Service Commission, 1989
                            92 1 Resolutions, Senate, 1981-1984
                            92 2 Senate Rules, 1974-1975
                            92 3 Rules, Subcommittee, 1987-1988
                            92 4 Rules, Subcommittee - JJM Chairman, 1988
                            Oversized 5 15 New York State Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Poster, 1997
                            92 5 Unified Court System, 1980-1981
                            92 6 Urban Development Corporation, 1975
                            Series 3 - Subseries B: Bills, 1968-1995.
                           This subseries includes bills, senate floor debate transcripts, bill action registers, legislative resolutions and legislative introductory records. There are Legislative Resolutions for 1988, only, but there are Senate Resolution Introductory Records for 1957-1969 which include the text of the resolutions. Bill Action Registers are available for 1969-1989. There are several binders and one box of bills and their supporting materials arranged chronologically, and these include materials from 1970-1991. Lastly, there are several boxes of transcripts of senate floor debates on several important bills on topics including the death penalty, off track betting, education, South Richmond Development Corporation, abortion and the drinking age. The subseries also contains information and reports relating to the Bottle Bill, 1983-1985.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            92A 1 Legislative Introductory Record, Volume 1 1957-1964
                            92A 2 Legislative Introductory Record, Volume 2 1965-1969
                            92A 3 Legislative Introductory Record, 1970
                            Oversized 5 1 Governor's Approval of Assembly Bill A.1180, May 2, 1970
                            92A 4 Senate Resolution Introductory Record, 1957-1969
                            92A 5 Marchi Bills, 1971
                            92A 6 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1970
                            92A 7 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1971
                            92A 8 Rules Bills, 1961-1969
                            92A 9 Unlabeled Legislative Record, c. 1972
                            93 1 Bottle Bill - Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government Report, 1985
                            93 2 Bottle Bill - Responses to Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute Report, 1985
                            93 3 Bottle Bill, 1983-1984
                            93 4 Bottle Bill, February - June, 1985
                            94 1 Resolutions, 1988
                            94 2 Multi-Sponsored Chapters - Co-Sponsored Bills, January 4-9, 1989
                            94 3 Multi-Sponsored Chapters - Co-Sponsored Bills, January 19-25, 1989
                            94 4 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, February 1-6, 1989
                            94 5 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, February 7, 1989
                            94 6 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, February 8-16, 1989
                            94 7 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, February 21-28, 1989
                            94 8 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, March 1-7, 1989
                            94 9 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, March 16-28, 1989
                            94 10 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, April, 1989
                            94 11 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, May, 1989
                            94 12 Multi-Sponsored Chapters, June, 1989
                            95 1-3 Death Penalty Bills, 1978
                            96 1 Death Penalty Bills, June 14, 1977
                            96 2 Death Penalty Bills, March 14, 1978
                            96 3 Death Penalty Bills, June 30, 1982
                            96 4 Death Penalty Bills, March 20, 1985
                            96 5 Bill S.2100 is Removed from Table, May 21, 1985
                            96 6 Bill S.2100 Removal Continued, May 29, 1985
                            96 7 Death Penalty Bills, June 8, 1988
                            97 1-10 Death Penalty Bills, January 14, 1980
                            98 1 Death Penalty Bills, January 17, 1980
                            98 2 Death Penalty Bills, February 13, 1989
                            98 3 Death Penalty Bills, February 4, 1990
                            98 4 Death Penalty Bills, March 25, 1991
                            98 5 Death Penalty Bills, March 1, 1993
                            98 6 Death Penalty Bills, March 8, 1994
                            98 7 Death Penalty Bills, May 31, 1994
                            98 8 Death Penalty Bills, March 6, 1995
                            98 9 Death Penalty Bills, February 27-28, 1995
                            98 10 Senate Debate on Capital Punishment - Remarks by Senator Marchi, February 27, 1995
                            98 11 Marchi & George W. Bush regarding Death Penalty for Karla Fay Tucker, 1998
                            98 12 Death Penalty for Cop Killers, c. 1988
                            98 13 Articles and Correspondence, 1976-1980
                            99 1 Education Bills, May 24, 1968
                            99 2 Education Bills, January 23, 1974
                            99 3 Education Bills, February 11, 1975
                            99 4 Education Bills, May 5, 1975
                            99 5 Education Bills, June 2 & 11, 1975
                            99 6 Education Bills, June 23, 1975
                            99 7 Education Bills, July 11, 1975
                            99 8 Education Bills, June 29, 1976
                            99 9 Education Bills, January 31, 1977
                            99 10-11 Education Bills, March 31, 1977
                            99 12 Education Bills, May 23, 1977
                            99 13 Education Bills, June 20, 1977
                            99 14 Education Bills, January 24, 1978
                            99 15 Education Bills, March 6, 1978
                            99 16 Education Bills, March 20, 1978
                            99 16a Education Bills, May 16, 1978
                            99 17 Education Bills, May 23, 1978
                            99 18 Education Bills, April 5, 1979
                            99 19 Education Bills, May 23, 1979
                            99 20 Education Bills, May 24, 1979
                            99 21 Education Bills, March 11, 1980
                            99 22 Education Bills, June 24, 1981
                            99 23 Education Bills, July 7, 1993
                            99 24 Education Bills, June 12, 1995
                            100 2 New South Richmond Development Corporation, April 28 & May 1, 1972
                            100 3 Drinking Age Bills, June 18, 1985
                            100 4 Drinking Age Bills, May 25, 1982 & June 9, 1987
                            100 5 Abortion Bills, May 26, 1982
                            100 6 Abortion Bills, June 2, 1982
                            100 7 Abortion Bills, March 17-18, 1970
                            100 8 Abortion Bills, April 10, 1970
                            Binders 8 & 9   JMJ Bills, 1983-1984
                            Binders 10 & 11   JMJ Bills, 1985-1986
                            Binders 12 & 13   JMJ Bills, 1987-1988
                            Oversized 1 1 Marchi Bills, 1969
                            Oversized 1 2 Marchi Program Bills, 1970
                            Oversized 1 2.1 Co-Sponsored Bills, 1970
                            Oversized 1 3 Marchi Program Bills, 1971
                            Oversized 1 4 Marchi Program Bills, 1972
                            Oversized 1 5 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1972
                            Oversized 1 6 Marchi Program Bills, 1973
                            Oversized 1 7 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1973
                            Oversized 1 8 J.L.C. Bills, 1973
                            Oversized 1 9 Marchi Program Bills, 1974
                            Oversized 1 10 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1974
                            Oversized 2 1 Marchi Program Bills, 1975
                            Oversized 2 2 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1975
                            Oversized 2 3 Marchi Program Bills, 1976
                            Oversized 2 4 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1976
                            Oversized 2 5 Marchi Bills, 1977
                            Oversized 2 6 Multi-Sponsored Bills, 1977
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Legislation, 1978
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Multi-Sponsored Legislation, 1978
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Multi-Sponsored Legislation, 1979
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Legislation, 1979-1980
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Multi-Sponsored Legislation, 1979-1980
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Legislation, 1981
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Multi-Sponsored Legislation, 1981
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Legislation, (2 Items) 1981-1982
                            Oversized 3   Senator John J. Marchi Multi-Legislation, 1981-1982
                            Oversized 4 1 Marchi Legislation, 1983
                            Oversized 4 2 Marchi Legislation, 1983-1984
                            Oversized 4 3 Marchi Legislation, 1985
                            Oversized 4 4 Marchi Legislation, 1985-1986
                            Oversized 4 5 Marchi Legislation, 1987
                            Oversized 4 6 Marchi Legislation, 1987-1988
                            Oversized 4 7 Marchi Legislation, 1989
                            Series 3 - Subseries C: Voting and Attendance Records, 1957-1969.
                           The subseries contains a partial listing of Marchi's voting record on major issues organized by bill category.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            100 9 Partial Voting Record of Senator Marchi, 1957-1969
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 4: Media Files, 1974-2001. Approximately 4 Linear Feet.
This series contains records relating to the media including speeches, newsclippings, press releases, statements, newsletters, video and audio tapes. There are additional records of this type included with files in the Subject Files and Campaigns series.
                            Series 4 - Subseries A: Press Releases and Statements, 1974-1994.
                           This subseries is organized chronologically by year. Additional press releases and statements released during the Mayoral Campaigns are located in the Campaigns series.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            101 1 Press Releases, 1974
                            101 2 Press Releases, 1973
                            101 3 Press Releases, 1972
                            101 4 Press Releases, 1971
                            101 5 Press Releases, 1970
                            102 1 Press Releases, 1984-1989
                            102 2-2a Press Releases and Attachments, January 1988
                            102 3 Press Releases and Attachments, February-March 1988
                            102 3a Press Releases, February-April, 1988
                            102 4 Press Releases, April 1988
                            102 5-6 Press Releases, May 1988
                            102 7 Press Releases, June 1988
                            102 8 Press Releases, June-August, 1988
                            102 9 Press Releases, July-October, 1988
                            102 10 Press Releases, November-December, 1988
                            102 11 Press Releases, 1989
                            102 12 Press Releases, December 1990-March 1991
                            103 1 Press Releases - Housing, 1980
                            103 2 Press Releases, 1990-1991
                            103 3 Press Releases, January-March 1991
                            103 4 Press Releases, January-December, 1991
                            103 5 Press Releases, January-December, 1991
                            103 6 Press Releases, April-December, 1991
                            103 7 Press Releases, April-June, 1991
                            103 8 Press Releases, May-December, 1991
                            103 9 Press Releases, July 1991-May 1992
                            103 10 Press Releases, 1993
                            103 11 Press Releases, 1994
                            Series 4 - Subseries B: Newsletters and Mailings, 1974-1991.
                           This subseries contains mainly newsletters and newsletter reference materials, arranged chrologically. There are a few folders of special mailings, 1990-1991. Additional newsletters and mailings relating to the Mayoral Campaigns can be found in the Campaigns series.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            104 1 Newsletters, 1974
                            104 2 Newsletters, 1978-1979
                            104 3 Newsletters, 1980-1983
                            104 4 Newsletters, 1984-1985
                            104 5 Newsletters, 1985
                            104 6 Newsletters, Late Summer/Early Fall 1986
                            104 7 Newsletters, Winter 1986-1987
                            104 8 Newsletters, 1987
                            104 9 Newsletters, Fall 1987
                            104 10 Newsletters, January-March 1988
                            104 11 Newsletters, Summer 1988
                            104 12 Newsletters, Autumn 1988
                            104 13 Newsletters, December 1988
                            104 14 Newsletters, February 1991
                            104 15 Newsletters, August 1991
                            104 16 Newsletters, Fall 1991
                            104 17 Newsletters, November 1991
                            104 18 Special Mailings, 1990-1991
                            104 19 Form Letters, 1991
                            Series 4 - Subseries C: News Clippings, 1971-2001.
                           This subseries contains news clippings files. The majority of the subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject, with miscellaneous files being placed last. A few files are arranged chronologically and cover 1969-1974 and 1987-2000.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            105 1 Budget - New York City, January-March 1991
                            105 2 Budget - New York City, April-June 1991
                            105 3 Budget - New York City, July-December 1991 & n.d.
                            105 4 Budget - New York State, 1989
                            105 4.1 Connelly, Elizabeth - First Run for Public Office, c. 1974
                            105 5 Cuomo & D'Amato Articles, 1991
                            105 5.1 Elections, November 1968-November 1999
                            105 6 Fresh Kills Landfill, September-October 1991
                            105 7 Governor Election, 1981
                            105 8 Homeless Shelter, October 1991
                            105 9 Homeless Shelter, December 1991
                            106 1 Insurance, February-December 1991
                            106 2 Jail, 1989
                            106 3 Jail, 1991
                            106 4 Mental Health, 1991
                            106 5 New York City, 1991 & n.d.
                            106 6 Oil Spills, 1991-1992
                            106 7 Public Employees, 1991 & n.d.
                            106 8 Racing and Wagering, 1991
                            106 9 Reapportionment, 1991
                            106 10 Religion, 1990-1991
                            106 11 Republican State Committee, 1991
                            106 11.1 Secession, November 7, 1990 - November 3, 1993
                            106 12 Shelters & Commuting, 1991
                            106 13 Staten Island, July 1991 & n.d.
                            106 14 Staten Island, June 1991
                            106 15 Staten Island, May 1991
                            106 16 Staten Island, January-April 1991
                            106 17 Staten Island Ferry, May 16, 1991
                            106 18 Staten Island Ferry, August, 1991
                            106 19 Staten Island Ferry, September 1991
                            106 20 Staten Island Ferry, November-December 1991
                            106 21 Staten Island - Greenbelt, 1989-1990
                            106 22 Staten Island - Navy Home Port, 1989
                            106 23 Staten Island - Politics, 1989
                            106 24 Staten Island - Politics, 1991 & n.d.
                            106 25 Staten Island - Sea View Hospital, 1989
                            107 1 Task Force on Finance, 1991
                            107 2 Taxation, 1991
                            107 3 Transportation, January-March 1991
                            107 4 Transportation, April-July 1991
                            107 5 Transportation, August-October 1991
                            107 6 Transportation, November-December 1991
                            107 7 Veterans & Military Affairs, April 1991
                            107 8 Wetlands, 1991
                            107 9 Willowbrook & Expressway, 1976, 1982-1988
                            107 10 Miscellaneous, 1964-1987
                            107 10.1 Miscellaneous, 1968-2000
                            107 11 Miscellaneous, 1981-1991
                            108 1 Newsclippings, 1969
                            108 2-4 Newsclippings, 1971
                            108 5 Newsclippings, 1972
                            108 6 Newsclippings, 1973
                            108 7 Newsclippings, 1974
                            108 8 Newsclippings, 1987-1989
                            108 9 Newsclippings, 1989
                            108 10 Newsclippings, 1990's
                            108 11 Newsclippings, 1999-2000
                            Series 4 - Subseries D: Speeches, 1983-1987.
                           This subseries contains several speeches given between 1983-1987. The subseries is arranged chronologically.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            109 1 Sons of the Revolution, January 21, 1983
                            109 2 Association of Small Business Councils, March 1983
                            109 3 Mike Azzara Roast, November 1983
                            109 4 Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, February 9, 1984
                            109 5 Phi Delta Kappa, October 10, 1984
                            109 6 Future of New York City Landfills Meeting, December 15, 1984
                            109 7 St. John's University Law & Education Schools Alumni, January 19, 1985
                            109 8 Telephone Association Panel, February 1986
                            109 9 International Association of Jurists - "The Individual in Modern Society," May 10, 1986
                            109 10 Retired Public Employees Association, June 4, 1986
                            109 11 Union College Minerva Lecture, October 29, 1986
                            109 12 Rockland Business Council, March 2, 1987
                            109 13 Wagner College Commencement, May 31, 1987
                            109 14 Political Urbanism & Environmental Recovery Conference, November 19, 1987
                            109 15 Unidentified Speeches, 1986-1987
                            Series 4 - Subseries E: Video, 1986 & 1991.
                           This subseries contains two videotaped events. The first is an appearance on Capital Close-up from June, 1986 and the second is Marchi's remarks on secession from 1991.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            110 1 Remarks on Secession, June 28, 1991
                            111   Capitol Close-up, June 19, 1986
                                                                                    - - UMatic Format. Length: 28:30.
                            111   Capitol Close-up, June 19, 1986
                                                                                    - - VHS Format. Length: 28:30.
                            111   Capitol Close-up, June 19, 1986
                                                                                    - - VHS Format. Length: 28:30.
                            Series 4 - Subseries F: Audio Tapes, 1985.
                           This subseries contains a set of six audiotapes from the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of State Legislatures in Seattle from 1985.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            110   Annual Meeting - National Conference of State Legislatures, Seattle, August 5-9, 1985
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 5: Personal Files, 1942-1998. Approximately 2 Linear Feet.
This series contains short biographical statements, appointment books, daily diaries, guest books, daily schedules and correspondence related to invitations.
                            Series 5 - Subseries A: Appointment Books, Guest Books and Daily Schedules, 1973, 1988-1997.
                            This subseries contains daily schedules from September 19-November 4, 1973. These schedules are related to Marchi's 1973 Mayoral Campaign and additional information on this time period can be found in the Campaigns series. This subseries also contains daily diaries (1988-1997), appointment books (1990-1996) and a visitor's register (February-April 1995).
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            112   Daily Diary, 1988
                            112   Appointment Book, 1990
                            112   Daily Diary, 1990
                            112   Daily Diary, 1990-1991
                            112   Appointment Book, 1991
                            112   Daily Diary, 1991
                            112   Appointment Book, 1992
                            112   Daily Diary, 1992
                            113   Appointment Book, 1993
                            113   Daily Diary, 1993
                            113   Appointment Book, 1994
                            113   Daily Diary, 1994
                            114   Appointment Book, 1995
                            114   Daily Diary, 1995
                            114   Visitor Register, February-April, 1995
                            115   Appointment Book, 1996
                            115   Daily Diary, 1996
                            115   Daily Diary, 1997
                            116 1 September 18th & 19th, 1973
                            116 2 Thursday September 20th, 1973
                            116 3 Friday September 21, 1973
                            116 4 Saturday September 22, 1973
                            116 5 Sunday September 23, 1973
                            116 6 Monday September 24, 1973
                            116 7 Tuesday September 25, 1973
                            116 8 Wednesday September 26, 1973
                            116 9 Thursday September 27, 1973
                            116 10 Friday September 28 Day Off, 1973
                            116 11 Saturday September 29, 1973
                            116 12 Sunday September 30, 1973
                            116 13 Monday October 1, 1973
                            116 14 Tuesday October 2, 1973
                            116 15 Wednesday October 3, 1973
                            116 16 Thursday October 4, 1973
                            116 17 Friday October 5, 1973
                            116 18 Saturday October 6, 1973
                            116 19 Sunday October 7, 1973
                            116 20 Monday October 8, 1973
                            116 21 Tuesday October 9, 1973
                            116 22 Wednesday October 10, 1973
                            116 23 Thursday October 11, 1973
                            116 24 Friday October 12, 1973
                            116 25 Saturday October 13, 1973
                            116 26 Sunday October 14, 1973
                            116 27 Monday October 15, 1973
                            116 28 Tuesday October 16, 1973
                            116 29 Wednesday October 17, 1973
                            116 30 Thursday October 18, 1973
                            117 1 Friday October 19, 1973
                            117 2 Saturday October 20, 1973
                            117 3 Sunday October 21, 1973
                            117 4 Monday October 22, 1973
                            117 5 Tuesday October 23, 1973
                            117 6 Wednesday October 24, 1973
                            117 7 Thursday October 25, 1973
                            117 8 Friday October 26, 1973
                            117 9 Saturday October 27, 1973
                            117 10 Sunday October 28, 1973
                            117 11 Monday October 29, 1973
                            117 12 Tuesday October 30, 1973
                            117 13 Wednesday October 31, 1973
                            117 14 Thursday November 1, 1973
                            117 15 Friday November 2, 1973
                            117 16 Saturday November 3, 1973
                            117 17 Sunday November 4, 1973
                            Series 5 - Subseries B: Invitations Accepted and Declined, 1974.
                            This subseries contains correspondence related to accepted and declined invitations for 1974 only.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            118 1-2 Invitation Accepts, 1974
                            118 2-5 Invitation Regrets, 1974
                            Series 5 - Subseries C: Biographical Files, 1942-1998.
                            This subseries contains two biographical statements - the first from Marchi's 1969 Mayoral Campaign and the second from 1991. The subseries also contains a student paper (1942) and various position papers from the 1960's and 1970's. Some of the position papers are associated with Marchi's Mayoral Campaigns, and additional information can be found in the Campaigns series. Lastly, the subseries contains an entire copy of La Nazione Lucca (1998), an Italian newspaper, documenting Marchi's meeting with Pope John Paul II in 1998.
                            Box# Folder# Title
                            119 1 Marchi Student Paper, 1942
                            119 2 Position Papers, 1960's & 1970's
                            119 3 Marchi Biographical Material (created for 1969 Mayoral Campaign), 1969
                            119 4 Biography (Marchi), c. 1991
                            Oversized 5 18 La Nazione Lucca, August 13, 1998
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 6: Campaigns, 1969-1990. Approximately 7 Linear Feet.
This series contains information on Marchi's campaigns and elections from 1969-1990. Only a few folders deal with Marchi's Senatorial Campaigns and Elections (1970-1990). The majority of the series deals with Marchi's Mayoral Campaigns of 1969 and 1973, and contains campaign literature and ephemera, posters, statements, press releases, news clippings, transcripts of television appearances, position papers, correspondence and schedules. In addition, daily schedules for the 1973 Mayoral Campaign can be found in the Personal Files series and there are two boxes of District Office subject files from 1969 at the end of the Subject Files series.
Box# Folder# Title
120 1 Campaign - General, 1969
120 1.1 Campaign Leaflets, 1969
120 2 Citizens Union, 1969
120 3 Correspondence, 1969
120 4 Correspondence - General, 1969
120 5 Correspondence - Mayoral, 1969
120 6 Declinations, 1969
120 7 Endorsements of John J. Marchi, 1969
120 8 Garelik, Sanford, 1969
120 9 Legislative Research Reports, 1969
120 10 Miscellaneous, 1969
120 11 Polls, 1969
120 12 Perrotta, Fioravante, 1969
120 13 Publication Questionnaires, 1969
120 14 Registration Figures, 1967-1969
120 15 Schedule - Mayoral, March-October, 1969
120 16 Staten Island Effort: Workers - Nando Marchi, 1968-1969
120 17 Telephone Survey Instruction Sheet & News Article, 1969
120 18 Yorkville (Manhattan) Petition, 1969
121 1 "Battle Page", 1969
121 2 Interviews, 1969
121 3 Mayoral Campaign, 1969
121 4 Mayoral Newsclippings, January-April 1969
121 5 Mayoral Newsclippings, September-November 1969
121 6-8 Mayoral Newsclippings, 1969
121 9 News Reprints, 1969
121 10 New York Magazine, November 3, 1969
121 11 New York City Election - Profile, 1969
121 12 Transcripts, 1969
122 1 Business, 1969
122 2 Charter Reform, 1969
122 3 Chinatown, 1969
122 4 Coordinators, 1969
122 5 Courts, 1969
122 6 Crime, 1969
122 7 Debates - Mayoral, 1969
122 8 Fare Structure, 1969
122 9 Finance Chairman, 1969
122 10 Finances - New York City, 1969
122 11 Fiscal Management, 1969
122 12 Fund Raisers - Various, 1969
122 13 Goodell, Charles, 1969
122 14 Gray, Jessie, 1969
122 15 Hospitals, 1969
122 16 Housing, 1969
122 17 Javits, 1969
122 18 Judicial Manpower, 1969
122 19 Kick-Off Rally, 1969
122 20 La Follia di New York, 1969
122 21 Lindsay, 1969
Oversized 5 12A Mayoral Campaign Calendar, 1969
122 22 Medicaid, 1969
122 23 Narcotics, 1969
122 24 Neighborhoods - New York City, 1969
Oversized 5 10 The New Advocate, September-October 1969
Oversized 5 9 New York Times Magazine - Article on Mayoral Election, November 2, 1969
122 25 Newsletter, 1969
122 26 Nominating Speech - Primary, 1969
122 27 Parks, 1969
122 28 Police, 1969
122 29 Pornography, 1969
122 30 Post Election, 1970
122 31 Press Releases - Miscellaneous, 1969
122 32 Primary Victory, 1969
122 33 Procaccino, Mario A., 1969
122 33.1 Professional Campaign Services, 1969
122 33.2 Richmond Parkway, 1969
122 34 Schools - New York City, 1969
122 35 Senior Citizens, 1969
122 36 Speeches & Statements, 1969
122 37 State Aid Cuts, 1969
122 38 Support, 1969
122 39 Transportation, 1969
122 40 Vietnam, 1969
122 41 Welfare, 1969
Binder 14   Marchi for Mayor, 1973
Binder 15   Marchi for Mayor, 1973
123 1-2 1973 Mayoral Campaign - Newsclippings, Vol. 1, To August 1973
123 3 1973 Mayoral Campaign - Newsclippings, Vol. 2, September-October 15, 1973
123 4-6 1973 Mayoral Campaign - Newsclippings, Vol. 3, October 16-November 1973
123 7 Marchi - Our Next Mayor, 1973
123 8 Marchi for Mayor - Miscellaneous Papers, 1969,1973, n.d.
123 9 Marchi for Mayor - Bumper Sticker & Button, n.d.
Oversized 5 11-12 Mayoral Campaign Posters, 1973
124 1 Mayoral Campaign 1973
124 2 Badillo, Herman, 1973
124 3 Beame, Abraham, 1973
124 4 Biaggi, Mario - Newsclippings, 1973
124 5 Biaggi, Mario - Press Releases, 1973
124 6 Blumenthal, Albert, 1973
124 7 Candidate Numbers, 1973
124 8-9 Correspondence, 1973
124 10 Extra Complete Set of Printed Material & Mailings, 1973
124 11 Goldin, Harrison J. - Press Releases, 1973
124 12 Lease for Campaign Headquarters, 1973
124 13 Major Marchi Bills, 1958-1969
124 14 New York City - Marchi's Views on Key Issues, 1973
124 15 Office, 1973
124 16 Perrini, Joseph J. - Press Releases, 1973
125 1 Invitation Accepts & Regrets, 1973
125 2 Speaking Requests - Bronx, 1973
125 3 Speaking Requests - Brooklyn, 1973
125 4 Speaking Requests - Manhattan, 1973
125 5 Speaking Requests - Queens, 1973
125A 1 Mayoral Campaign, 1973 - Press Releases (Duplicates), April 17-September 15, 1973
125A 2 Mayoral Campaign, 1973 - Press Releases (Duplicates), September 16-30, 1973
125A 3 Mayoral Campaign, 1973 - Press Releases (Duplicates), October 1-15, 1973
125A 4 Mayoral Campaign, 1973 - Press Releases (Duplicates), October 16-November 5, 1973
125A 5-6 Mayoral Campaign, 1973 - Press Releases & Statements (Duplicates), n.d. [1973]
126 1 Campaign (Senatorial) 1966
126 2 Campaign (Senatorial) 1970
Oversized 5 2 Form Letter to Staten Islanders Asking Them to Vote, October 30, 1970
Oversized 5 3 Staten Island Advance - "State Senator Marchi for Re-Election," October 20, 1970
126 3 Campaign (Senatorial) 1972
126 4 Campaign (Senatorial) 1974
126 5 Election, (Senatorial) 1976
126 6 Political Advertisements (galley) - Senatorial, [1970s]
126 7 Campaign (Senatorial) 1980
126 8 Election (Senatorial) 1990
126 9 Campaigns, n.d.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 7: Photographs, 1960's - 1990's. 1 Linear Foot.
The photographs are arranged chronologically. Most are unidentified, but many include dates.
Box# Folder# Title
126A 1 Photographs - Marchi During World War II, 1940's
126A 2 Photographs - Davini Family in Lucca, Italy, 1948
126A 3 Photographs - Portrait Photograph, 1963
126A 4 Photographs - 1962, 1966, 1968, 1969
126A 5 Photographs - Marchi & Nixon, 1960's
126A 6 Photographs - 1960's
126A 4A Photographs - Mayoral Campaign, 1969
126A 7 Photographs - Marchi & Pat Memdillo, April 1970
126A 8 Photographs - March at an UFA Event, July 2, 1970
126A 9 Photographs - Marchi at Mount Loretto, 1970
126A 10 Photographs - c. 1970
126A 11 Photographs - January 22, 1971
126A 12 Photographs - Marchi Receives Doctor of Laws at St. John's University, May 28, 1971
126A 13 Photographs - September 30, 1972
126A 14 Photographs - CSG Executive Committee, December 9, 1972
126A 15 Photographs - Eastern Regional Conference (Albany), 1972
126A 16 Photographs - 1972
126A 17 Photographs - Marchi in Jerusalem, July 11, 1973
126A 18 Photographs - First Annual Italian American Dinner, September 21, 1973
126A 19 Photographs - Staten Island Urban League Luncheon, October 18, 1973
126A 20 Photographs - Subcommittee on Transportation - Hearing, March 5, 1974
126A 21 Photographs - March with Service Station Dealers, May 1, 1974
126A 22 Photographs - Richmond County Savings Bank Opening, c. July 1974
126A 23 Photographs - September 1974
126A 24 Photographs - 1974
126A 25 Photographs - May 28, 1976
126A 26 Photographs - Marchi as Santa Claus, 1979
126A 27 Photographs - Portrait Photograph, c. 1970's
126A 28 Photographs - Portrait Photographs (Proofs), c. 1970's
126A 29 Photographs - 1970's
126A 30 Photographs - 1970's
126A 31 Photographs - Mayor Koch with Senator & Mrs. Marchi, March 16, 1981
126A 32 Photographs - 1982
126A 33 Photographs - 1983
126A 34 Photographs - January 29, 1984
126A 35 Photographs - May 29, 1984
126A 36 Photographs - Archbishop's Visit to Staten Island, c. June 1984
126A 37 Photographs - Hunter's Point Ceremony, August 1984
126A 38 Photographs - 50th Anniversary of the New York City Housing Authority, 1984
126A 39 Photographs - 1984
126A 40 Photographs - Marchi Meets with College of Staten Island Officials, March 19, 1985
126A 41 Photographs - Marchi on the Senate Floor, May 13, 1985
126A 42 Photographs - Marchi at a Catholic School, May 14, 1985
126A 43 Photographs - Press Conference - Senators Marchi & Anderson, June 6, 1985
126A 44 Photographs - 1985
126A 45 Photographs - Summer 1986 Newsletter, 1986
126B 1 Photographs - Marchi at the CSI STEP Program, 1986
126B 2 Photographs - Wetlands Protestors in Albany, February 10, 1987
126B 3 Photographs - Spring 1987 Newsletter, 1987
126B 4 Photographs - Senate Club Dinner, 1987
126B 5 Photographs - 1987
126B 6 Photographs - January 1988 Newsletter, 1988
126B 7 Photographs - Marchi & Annmarie Barresi, March 21, 1988
126B 8 Photographs - Marchi on the Senate Floor, March 28, 1988
126B 9 Photographs - Marchi on the Senate Floor & at a Press Conference, April 13, 1988
126B 10 Photographs - Italian Mayors Visit Albany, April 25, 1988
126B 11 Photographs - Dedication of the Staten Island Vietnam Veterans' Memorial, May 7, 1988
126B 12 Photographs - May 9, 1988
126B 13 Photographs - Press Conference, November 28, 1988
126B 14 Photographs - 1988
126B 15 Photographs - Staff, c. 1980's
126B 16 Photographs - Various, c. 1980's
126B 17 Photographs - Newsletters, 1991
126B 18 Photographs - 1991
126B 19 Photographs - 1992
126B 20 Photographs - 1994
126B 21 Photographs - Various, 1990's
126B 22 Photographs - Various, 1960's - 1990's
126B 23 Photographs - Various Headshots, 1960's - 1988
126B 24 Photographs - East Shore Little League, 1983-1984
126B 25 Photographs - Staten Island Pee Wee Football League - "March's Senators," 1981-1984
126B 26 Photographs - Unidentifiable, n.d.
126B 27 Photographs - Bayonne Bridge & Staten Island Railroad, 1991
126B 28 Photographs - Republican Party Mailings, c. 1992-1996
126B 29 Photographs - Duplicates
Oversized 5 19 Photographs - Oversized
Oversized 5 19 Photographs - Framed

 

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Series 8: Memorabilia, 1972, 1984-1997.
This series contains various memorabilia including awards certificates, statuettes and plaques. There are also several copies of Staten Island Borough President Proclamations honoring Senator Marchi.
Box# Folder# Title
127 1 Marchi, John J. - Awards, 1993-1998
127 2 Alzheimer's Association Award, 1997
127 3 Italian Club of Staten Island Award, 1987
127 4 Plaque - East Shore Little League, 1997
127   T.R.Y. "Watching Out for Me" - Award, 1994
127   Senator Marchi Door or Desk Sign, n.d.
127   ADL Community Service Award, February 19, 1978
127   1979 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, c. 1979
127   CSI Groundbreaking Ceremony Commemorative Item, September 21, 1989
Oversized 5 4 Proclamation by Senator Robert DiCarlo Honoring Senator Marchi by Staten Island Young Men's Christian Association of Greater New York, 1993
Oversized 5 5 Proclamation from Borough President, April 24, 1988
Oversized 5 6 Proclamation by Borough President, May 12, 1989
Oversized 5 7 Proclamation by Borough President Guy Molinari, November 30, 1993
Oversized 5 8 Proclamation by Guy Molinari Designating as Columbia Appreciation Day April 4, 1998
Oversized 5 13 The Godfather Movie Souvenir Book, 1972
Oversized 5 14 Certificate of Recognition from Richard Dickenson, Staten Island Borough Historian, November 10, 1994
Oversized 5 17 Sons of Italy Award, February 18, 1984
Oversized 5 14.1 Korean War Veterans Association Award, 1996
Oversized 6   City Council Citation Award, 1997

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